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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She was a bit disappointing when only fourth at Chepstow in July and the fact Silvestre de Sousa eased her down ahead of the line combined with a bit of a subsequent absence suggests that was perhaps not her true form.
She was a bit disappointing when only fourth at Chep-stow in July and the fact Silvestre de Sousa eased her down ahead of the line combined with a bit of a subsequent absence suggests that was perhaps not her true form.
Ed Dunlop's runner was a bit disappointing when only fourth at Chepstow in July, but the fact Silvestre de Sousa eased her down ahead of the line combined with a bit of a subsequent absence suggests that was perhaps not her true form.
Harry Bentley could barely believe how far clear he was close home and eased her down to beat Pour La Victoire by a length and a half.
Black Caviar appeared to some onlookers not to be moving quite right in the winner's enclosure after holding off Moonlight Cloud by a head at Ascot after her jockey Luke Nolen eased her down prematurely.
She finished sixth and wasn't beaten far, a fair achievement considering Barry eased her down when was beaten.
Runner-up on her debut at Tipperary early this month, Golden Apples trounced her rivals in the nine-and-a-half furlong maiden for three-year-olds and upwards, winning by eight lengths after Kinane had eased her down in the last 100 yards.