I knew he was just trying to ease my fears.
Any leader of this country would have had to try to ease the public's fears.
I must admit, however, that it did not really ease my fears.
To ease fears, instructors work more slowly with older students, he said.
He considers telling pretty lies to ease their fears, to give them hope.
He wanted to know what he and his company could do to ease their fears.
It'll be up to us to ease those farmers' fears and support better farm practices.
The knowledge flowed through him like warm water, easing his fears.
And President Bush has done nothing to ease their fears.
So, it could ease fears of a credit crunch somewhat.