[ US /ɹiˈɫækst, ɹɪˈɫækst/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪlˈækst/ ]
  1. without strain or anxiety
    gave the impression of being quite relaxed
    a relaxed and informal discussion
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How To Use relaxed In A Sentence

  • Their movements have a likable jazzy syncopation, a bit of relaxed jive.
  • By night the beach comes alive with the sound of reggae from relaxed bars. Times, Sunday Times
  • She's so relaxed in behind but idles as soon as she hits the front.
  • The people were fantastically welcoming and the atmosphere in both cities seemed relaxed. The Sun
  • We talk more openly when we feel easy and relaxed.
  • Most lenders have relaxed their criteria around the maximum age of applicants at the end of the term. Times, Sunday Times
  • With her legs curled under her on a sofa, she is relaxed enough to punctuate the conversation with sudden gusts of wild laughter.
  • The hotel had a lovely relaxed atmosphere .
  • You should take it as a compliment when I fall asleep in your company - it means I'm relaxed.
  • The rules are so relaxed now that you can rest a player who is off-colour.
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