noun eas·er \ˈēzə(r)\

Definition of easer



  1. :  one that eases: such as a :  a bar for slackening threads in a loom b or easer rail :  a railroad rail placed close to the running rail to provide a bearing for the overhang of worn wheel treads

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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