Definition of ease someone's mind in English:

ease someone's mind

  • Alleviate someone’s anxiety.
    More example sentences
    • I went to a church service in the village last night and that eased my mind.
    • This will help your weight loss by easing your mind and tricking your body's metabolism and avoid plateauing.
    • ‘Well someone had to be on this island to plant the treasure,’ Dara explained, easing his mind.
    calm, pacify, soothe, comfort, console, quieten; hearten, gladden, uplift, encourage
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