set at ease


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Don't try and frighten ME," the hero cried from his bed; and Dobbin's mind was thus perfectly set at ease now that Jos had spoken out so resolutely respecting his conduct to his sister.
MacWhirr's mind was set at ease, and a black marble clock, priced by the local jeweller at £3 18s.
Released, and set at ease, up she rose, got her book, and accepted at once the chair I placed for her at my side.