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ease away

To move away from someone or something slowly and carefully. A noun or pronoun can be used between "ease" and "away." Don't panic, just ease your car away from the garage door so we can see the damage. You never want to run from a wild animal. Just ease away without turning your back.
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ease away (from someone or something)

to pull away from someone or something slowly and carefully. The great ship eased away from the pier. The ship eased away slowly.
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NEW Dungannon Swifts boss Dixie Robinson believes the league's basement club faces "six cup finals" in its bid to ease away from relegation trouble.
DESIGNED to ease away stress and tension, soothe aching muscles and help you relax, the cushion contains a highly effective vibrating pulse and, for penetrating relief, you can combine massage with heat, or just enjoy the heat treatment alone.
The treatment which suited Grace was the Serenity Face and Body Treatment designed to ease away stress and tension.
Next up for the Crues are Roy Walker's Ballymena United who are bidding to ease away from the bottom of the table.
Pal, who recently qualified for the Regal Scottish Open, continued to overwhelm Price on the restart and breaks of 76 and 33 allowed him to ease away from the former top 32 star, although Price did salavage a crumb of comfort with a 58 in the final frame.World number 72 Price will not now appear at the televised stages of the Crucible event, the venue at which he recorded his most famous victory in 1992 over former World Champion Dennis Taylor.
Stranraer are desperate for a win to welcome new boss Campbell Money - and ease away from the dreaded drop zone.
"For us it is about looking to get three points against Glentoran so Cliftonville don't ease away from us - that's vitally important.
This amazing product heats up on contact with water and helps warm tired muscles and ease away tension, leaving the skin with a pleasant, invigorating glow.
Ease away the stress of Christmas chaos with a relaxing, aromatic soak in the tubNeal's Yard Remedies Soothing Bath Oil, pounds 8.95, 100ml Turns the bath milky and smells strongly of lavender despite having a bunch of other relaxing oils, including geranium, bergamot and cypress.
AUSTRALIAN Dan Parks scored 24 points including two great tries to help Glasgow ease away from the foot of the Celtic League table with a convincing win over Ulster at Hughenden.
We've just tried out www.meditainment.com which offers a series of journeys to ease away those tensions and frustrations, and we feel like we're walking on air.
Heather said: "I was a bit worried by the rain in the morning but I felt the clouds would ease away."
DUNCAN Ferguson and Francis Jeffers face derby misery after helping Everton ease away from the drop zone.