[eez-muh nt] /ˈiz mənt/
Law. a right held by one property owner to make use of the land of another for a limited purpose, as right of passage.
an ; relief.
something that gives ; a convenience.
Architecture. a curved joint.
(property law) the right enjoyed by a landowner of making limited use of his neighbour’s land, as by crossing it to reach his own property
the act of easing or something that brings ease
late 14c., “compensation, redress,” from Old French aisement “comfort, convenience; use, enjoyment,” from aisier “to ease,” from aise (see ease). The meaning “legal right or privilege of using something not one’s own” is from early 15c.
- Ease on
verb phrase To depart; mosey along: easing on down the road to the Land of Oz (1920s+)
- Ease someone out
verb phrase To dismiss or remove someone from a post or place gradually and gently (1940s+)
Early system on Midac computer. Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959).
[ee-zee-er] /ˈi zi ər/ adjective 1. comparative of . [ee-zee] /ˈi zi/ adjective, easier, easiest. 1. not hard or difficult; requiring no great labor or effort: a book that is easy to read; an easy victory. 2. free from pain, discomfort, worry, or care: He led an easy life. 3. providing or conducive to ease […]