1. with ease (`easy' is sometimes used informally for `easily');
2. without question;
3. indicating high probability; in all likelihood;
This old man's tooth draw easily.
The liquid strained easily.
The immaculate is easily sullied.
Her house is easily picked out from the rest; it has a large black gate.
He is easily discouraged by difficulties and obstacles.
The area can easily be worked out if you know the length and the breadth.
These potatoes peel easily.
Responsibilities are not sloughed off so easily.
The sudden increase in sales is easily explicable.
Iron gathers rust easily.
He's not easily parted from his cash.
The cagey fox could not be easily trapped by the farmer.
We ought to channel this street so that water can flow away easily.
He's so susceptible that she easily gained his affection.
The horse scares easily.
Think carefully about what you say: your views could be easily misrepresented by the press.
We can easily put you up for the night.
The tanks moved easily over the rough road.
But you must be more moderate in your drinking. Too much wine can easily lead to serious trouble!
This camera loads easily.
At the last election, the Government won easily, knocking the Opposition into a cocked hat.
Does this material stain easily?
This book is not easily available.
Dust on the surface brushes off easily.
The boy can memorise the data easily.
Certain chemicals are easily absorbed into the bloodstream, while others are not.
Some cuttings root easily.
I can't easily give an answer to your question.
The house is easily identifiable by the large tree outside.
Global ecological efforts can easily be at odds with local ecologies.
There is relatively little information about easily, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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