at ease

at ease or at one's ease  {adj.} or  {adv. phr.}
1. In comfort; without pain or bother.
You can't feel at ease with a toothache.
Comfortable in one's mind; relaxed, not troubled. — Often used in the phrase "put at ease" or "put at one's ease."
We put Mary at her ease during the thunderstorm by reading her stories.
Compare: AT HOME (2).
Contrast: ILL AT EASE, ON EDGE.
3. Standing with your right foot in place and without talking in military ranks.
The sergeant gave his men the command "At ease!"
Compare: PARADE REST.
Categories: bother feelings {adj.} {adv. phr.}

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