easiness

[ee-zee-nis]
noun
1.
the quality or condition of being easy.
2.
ease of manner; carelessness; indifference.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English esinesse. See easy, -ness

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easiness (ˈiːzɪnɪs)
 
n
1.  the quality or condition of being easy to accomplish, do, obtain, etc
2.  ease or relaxation of manner; nonchalance

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Example sentences
Students were able to provide ratings for their professors in three categories:
  helpfulness, clarity, and easiness.
It's simple and clever, and what it lacks in power features it makes up for in
  easiness and fun.
Their easiness around each other, weird inside jokes and obvious mutual
  adoration make them the couple everyone else hates.
It's breathtaking how dedicated and focused everyone is, and at the same time
  there is a lightness in the air, an easiness.
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