1. unhurried and relaxed
    a mellow conversation
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How To Use laid-back In A Sentence

  • Bunker is chic and arty without being too pretentious, and its friendly, laid-back vibe is infectious.
  • Toure sounds outrageously laid-back, but the insistent rhythmic pulse in his music is hypnotic and irresistible.
  • About half the time, the songs are laid-back - mellow even - and meander casually along with long, rich, drawn-out horn solos and harmonies.
  • The lessons are geared towards beginners and the lessons are friendly and laid-back.
  • Do you work in a laid-back office where people wouldn't really care about what you do with your romantic life?
  • But in direct contrast to this point the laid-back attitude is an awfully good antidote to stress - in theory.
  • Although Freyen was more of a laid-back character, Marlo completed the duo with his smart remarks and sarcastic jokes.
  • The laid-back star, who turns 40 next year, swears she loves getting older.
  • So far, though, the inspectors themselves have displayed a rather more lenient, laid-back approach.
  • Nestled just off the main drag of expat ghetto Holland Village, Original Sin offers laid-back ambience, attentive staff - and darn good food.
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