a good deal easier

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  • It's a good deal easier to take you now than it will be later. ...
  • You will find it a good deal easier to stand with your foot in the loop. ...
  • Now I feel a good deal easier about it. ...
  • "It would have been a good deal easier, no doubt, to go on to the marriage."
  • You can pinch it back a good deal easier when it has made a good growth than to make it grow big enough. ...
  • You can try it, and go away if you don't like it a good deal easier than you could from a smaller place.
  • Then, when we want them again, it is a good deal easier for Mattison to find them than for any one else. ...
  • Life is interesting enough, but I should often be glad to get away; there is something beyond that is a good deal easier and more beautiful.
  • And it made his chance of fabricating the whole plot against Sir Nigel a good deal easier. ...
  • Maybe -- anyway, it's a good deal easier to tell a stranger than a friend. ...
  • But the choice of the expert, though a good deal easier than the choice of truth, is still too difficult and often impracticable. ...
  • To banish her memory became a good deal easier as time went on, and even the idea to divorce her if she wished did not seem too hard. ...
  • "Father wanted me to be a minister, and I'd have had a good deal easier time if I had followed his advice."
  • This made the prospect of parting for a time with Jan a good deal easier. ...
  • I added remarks about squaring the circle, but they said it was a good deal easier to square Mr. GLADSTONE. ...
  • But having the hatch directly over where she was lying, though I could not get her up through it, made my undertaking a good deal easier and more comfortable for me. ...
  • But it was a good deal easier for him to determine that he would make some sort of effort to release his chum than it was for him to discover a practical way of doing so. ...
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