ease out of

ease out of (something)

1. To physically remove someone or something from something slowly and carefully. A noun or pronoun can be used between "ease" and "out." The paramedics eased the skydiver out of the tree and then began evaluating his injuries.
2. To prompt someone to leave something, such as a job, without much attention or fuss. A noun or pronoun can be used between "ease" and "out." The knowledge that I would likely be fired helped to ease me out of my position.
See also: ease, of, out

ease someone out of something

 and ease someone out 
1. . Lit. to get someone out of something carefully. The paramedics eased the injured man out of the wreckage. Please ease out the patient carefully.
2. Fig. to get someone out of an office or position quietly and without much embarrassment. We eased the sheriff out of office with out a fight. The board eased out the chairman by offering him a huge bonus.
See also: ease, of, out
References in classic literature ?
Our greatness will appear Then most conspicuous, when great things of small, Useful of hurtful, prosperous of adverse We can create, and in what place so e're Thrive under evil, and work ease out of pain Through labour and endurance.