Definition of Easies
1. easy [n] - See also: easy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Easies
easier said than done
easies (current term)
east African cedar
east by north
Literary usage of Easies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Inside the German Empire in the Third Year of the War by Herbert Bayard Swope (1917)
"... an "Ersatz" for everything but men—Pleasures taken seriously— Dancing verboten—Economy in uniforms—Meat "speak-easies" —"Horse mackerel" in disguise—All ..."
2. Annals of the Liverpool Stage from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by R. J. Broadbent (1908)
"THE ' FREE AND easies ' AND CONCERT ROOMS. To look at the magnificent Palaces ... These rooms were generally known as ' free and easies,' and they did not ..."
3. The Liquor Problem in Its Legislative Aspects by Frederick Howard Wines, John Koren (1898)
"certain sections, wander from Hock to block, and find from one to half a dozen "speak-easies " in each. None appears to lack trade, nor is heavy drinking ..."