unrelaxed

ADJECTIVE
  1. nor relaxed
    his life was drawing to a close in baffled zeal and unrelaxed strain
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How To Use unrelaxed In A Sentence

  • His actors stand around, desperately unrelaxed, like waxworks waiting for their diorama. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are unrelaxed and therefore unrelaxing, reek of self-denial and vibrate with unfinished business. Times, Sunday Times
  • Throughout, the rather worrying insinuation was that classical music and normal 'unrelaxed' concerts needed to be apologised for. Times, Sunday Times
  • His priest makes an unrelaxed figure — ramrod-spined, peering suspiciously over his moustache. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘Galleries are often hushed spaces where people feel slightly unrelaxed,’ she says.
  • In this state they are frenetic, unrelaxed and prone to bad judgment, caught up in the hysteria of the moment.
  • The meat also was a little unrelaxed, a little skittish. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘Galleries are often hushed spaces where people feel slightly unrelaxed,’ she says.
  • That's how we walked, completely unrelaxed, a zombie-like walk.
  • Alex, who rides at home, expressed his concern that I looked somewhat unrelaxed but we did not go faster than a walk and I found riding a particularly enjoyable way of absorbing the landscape.
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