Secondly, any man that wants arms, is to fight hard for 'em first, an' to fight with 'em at his aise afther.
aise 'em up an' down the hills, Pat, the dear bastes that your father loved!
For near two-and-twenty years, now, this saicret is lyin' hard upon me; but I'll aise my mind, and let justice take it's coorse.
We have dogs' days, hunger and aise, through the blue month.
Scarcely had we finished our male, and began to smoke the first pipe in aise and comfort, when the bugle blows for parade.
"Yeez can march at aise, march aisy, boys," ordered the veteran; and the party broke up into groups.
Her ladyship has fallen in a feenting fit, and will recover here, at her aise.
Sassenage, but six kilometres from Grenoble, is what the French call propre, riant and aise.