SCRABBLE ® cheat


easy

Definitions by Oxford


[ˈiːzi], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- achieved without great effort; presenting few difficulties
(e.g: an easy way of retrieving information)

- (of a period of time or way of life) free from worries or problems
(e.g: promises of an easy life in the New World)

- (of an object of attack or criticism) having no defence; vulnerable
(e.g: as a taxi driver he was an easy target)


Phrases:
- I'm easy
- be easier said than done
- easy come, easy go
- easy does it
- easy on the ear
- easy on the eye
- easy touch
- go easy on
- have it easy
- of easy virtue
- rest easy
- sleep easy
- stand easy!
- take it easy
- take the easy way out

Origin:
Middle English (also in the sense ‘comfortable, tranquil’): from Old French aisie, past participle of aisier ‘put at ease, facilitate’ (see ease)


[ˈiːzi], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- without difficulty or effort
(e.g: we all scared real easy in those days)


Phrases:
- I'm easy
- be easier said than done
- easy come, easy go
- easy does it
- easy on the ear
- easy on the eye
- easy touch
- go easy on
- have it easy
- of easy virtue
- rest easy
- sleep easy
- stand easy!
- take it easy
- take the easy way out

Origin:


[ˈiːzi], (Interjection)

Definitions:
- be careful
(e.g: easy, girl—you'll knock me over!)


Phrases:
- I'm easy
- be easier said than done
- easy come, easy go
- easy does it
- easy on the ear
- easy on the eye
- easy touch
- go easy on
- have it easy
- of easy virtue
- rest easy
- sleep easy
- stand easy!
- take it easy
- take the easy way out

Origin:







The SCRABBLE ® trademark

SCRABBLE ® is a registered trademark. All intellectual property rights in and to the game
are owned in the U.S.A. and Canada by Hasbro Inc. and throughout the rest of the world by
J.W. Spear and Sons, a subsidiary of Mattel Inc. This site is for entertainment purposes
only and is not sponsored by or affiliated with Hasbro or Mattel Inc. in any way.