ease up on (someone or something)
to put less pressure on someone or something, to relax
The boy was having problems at school so the teacher eased up on him.
easier said than done
easy come, easy go
easy does it
easy to come by
eat (someone) out of house and home
eat (something) up or eat up (something)
eat and run
eat away at (someone)
eat away at (something)
have a rough time (of it)
a heavy heart
hurl an insult (at someone)
go steady with (someone)
ram (something) down (someone`s) throat
edge out (someone) or edge (someone) out
hide one`s head in the sand
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