Miliband E. fizzes with easy charm, and does much to reassure the party faithful that his “values” line up with theirs.
Personable and approachable, Jordin was easy to give instruction to because she was present.
If only passing legislation were as easy as introducing new products from Apple.
As a freelance writer, I depend for my living on easy relations with magazines, creative-writing departments, and so on.
This is not to say that implementation will be easy or without problems.
"But it couldn't have been just as easy as that," Dorcas insisted.
See the great blessing of an easy faith; opinion cannot err.
To make a pattern of this kind is not such an easy matter as it looks.
Why part should be Latin, and part English, it is not easy to discover.
Nat found Mrs. Parloe sitting in an easy chair by a front window.
c.1200, "at ease," from Old French aisie "comfortable, at ease, rich, well-off" (Modern French aisé), past participle of aisier "to put at ease," from aise (see ease).
Sense of "not difficult to deal with" is mid-14c.; of conditions, "comfortable," late 14c. The concept of "not difficult" was expressed in Old English and early Middle English by eaþe (adv.), ieþe (adj.), apparently common West Germanic, but of disputed origin. Easy Street first printed 1901 in "Peck's Red-Headed Boy." Easy money attested by 1896; to take it easy "relax" is from 1867; easy does it recorded by 1891. Easy rider (1912) was U.S. black slang for "sexually satisfying lover." The easy listening radio format is from 1965, defined by William Safire (in 1986) as, "the music of the 60's played in the 80's with the style of the 40's." Related: Easier; easiest.