eath
Adjective

eath (comparative eather, superlative eathest)

  1. (Now chiefly dialectal) Easy; not hard or difficult.
    • 1600, Edward Fairfax, The Jerusalem Delivered of Torquato Tasso, XIX, lxi:
      There, as he look'd, he saw the canvas rent, / Through which the voice found eath and open way.
Antonyms Related terms Adverb
  1. (Now chiefly dialectal) Easily.



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