Фразеологизмы со словами at ease
at one's ease
In comfort; without pain or bother.
You can't feel at ease with a toothache.
Comfortable in one's mind; relaxed, not troubled. Often used in the phrase put at ease or put at one's ease.
We put Mary at her ease during the thunderstorm by reading her stories.
Standing with your right foot in place and without talking in military ranks.
The sergeant gave his men the command "At ease!"
ill at ease
Not feeling at ease or comfortable; anxious; worried; unhappy.
Donald had never been to a big party before and he was ill at ease.
When Joe first went to dancing school, he was ill at ease, not knowing how to act.
Speaking in front of a large audience makes many people feel ill at ease.
My wife and I were ill at ease because our daughter was late coming home from a date.