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Easeful

Easeful \Ease"ful\, a. Full of ease; suitable for affording ease or rest; quiet; comfortable; restful.
--Shak. -- Ease"ful*ly, adv. -- Ease"ful*ness, n.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
easeful

late 14c., from ease (n.) + -ful.

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easeful

a. full of ease, restful, comfortable alt. full of ease, restful, comfortable

Usage examples of "easeful".

Lily had known without being told that the heartsick and love worn Ginger required this lace- and chintz-rich, uncommonly easeful room with its skirted dressing table and silly tuft of dressing-table chair tucked into the voluminous skirt, and the rows of pretty silver boxes set across the mirrored top to contain her cotton puffs and her eyebrow pencils and her many, many shades of rouge, which blushed from the least to the deepest of reds.

Jean herself, chilled silver in the candlelight, pleasant to smell, slow to anger, an easeful creature experience, sidereal distirietion of her left buttock, make of that what I will, snug in the gunnels of her wraparound legs.

  Our world was suddenly smaller, and for all that High Easter Offerance was a fine, productive place, and far more balmily easeful than Luskentyre, still we felt, I think, the loss of our original home as though we had lost an old friend.