Definition of easeful in English:

easeful

Line breaks: ease|ful
Pronunciation: /ˈiːzfʊl
 
, -f(ə)l/

adjective

literary
Providing comfort or peace: life was easeful at that time
More example sentences
  • He returns to earth to rejoice in the easeful shade and water alongside the stretch of The Roman Road, dreary in the dogday heat.
  • Here, that easeful function has been taken over by unconscious thoughts that, ‘recumbent in the day’, have assumed the guise of ‘a forest of thick-set trees’.
  • She submerged them desperately in the easeful waters of the sea where it licked at the mouth of the cave.

Derivatives

easefulness

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