ease down

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ease down

To physically lower someone or something slowly and carefully. A noun or pronoun can be used between "ease" and "down." The paramedics eased the skydiver down from the tree and then began evaluating his injuries.
See also: down, ease

ease (someone or something) down

(from something ) to bring someone or something downward from something gently. The rescuers eased the injured hiker down from the mountain. They eased down the hiker carefully.
See also: down, ease
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Employing her trademark acceleration two furlongs out, Black Caviar surged away from her rivals to such an extent that Nolen was able to ease her down so that she could win as she liked.
She never saw another rival, and Paul Moloney was allowed the luxury of being able to ease her down to a walk in the final 50 yards.
The half-sister to Ascot Gold Cup winner Celeric was so far clear approaching the final furlong that Holland was able to ease her down, but she still had five lengths in hand of evergreen My Legal Eagle.