It was easy as a cradle, and as gentle as its little mistress; and this pony was now brought up to the back verandah by Tom, while a little mulatto boy of about thirteen led along a small black Arabian, which had just been imported, at a great expense, for Henrique.
In addition, it is frequently necessary to investigate the connotation people like to give certain words, otherwise misunderstandings are inevitable This investigation is, as a rule, not easy, for even when it is simple to bring out what is intended by an expression, it is still quite as simple to overlook the fact that people use peculiar expressions for ordinary things.
I wish algebra and geometry had been half as easy as the languages and literature.
Divorce was made as easy as marriage; the distinction of legitimate and illegitimate children was abolished . . .
Now, everything is easy, easy like that lessons in kissing, which Kamala is giving me.
said Haley; “they is raised as easy as any kind of critter there is going; they an’t a bit more trouble than pups.
It’s easy as pie.
"About as easy as German?"
It is by a study and comparison of people belonging to these general types, the careful noting of resemblances and differences, that the science of character analysis becomes almost as easy as the reading of a book.
“Why, it’s as easy as wink,” said Anne.
That which the easiest becomes a habit in us is the will.