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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
Bohemian, affable, ambling, at ease, at home, at rest, bagging, baggy, blank, blankminded, blase, breezy, calm, carefree, careless, casual, cautious, circumspect, claudicant, common, composed, cool, coolheaded, cordial, crawling, creeping, creeping like snail, culpably negligent, dangling, degage, deliberate, derelict, devil-may-care, drooping, easy, easygoing, empty, empty-headed, faltering, familiar, fatuous, flabby, flaccid, flagging, flapping, flexuous, flimsy, floppy, folksy, foot-dragging, free and easy, gentle, gracious, gradual, halting, hanging, happy-go-lucky, hasteless, haymish, hobbled, hobbling, homely, homey, idle, impotent, imprecise, inactive, inadvertent, inane, inattentive, incogitant, indifferent, indolent, inexcitable, informal, insouciant, irregular, laissez-faire, languid, languorous, lax, lazy, leisurely, lenient, limp, limping, loose, low-pressure, lumbering, mellow, mild, moderate, natural, neglectful, neglecting, negligent, nerveless, nirvanic, nonchalant, noninterfering, nonrestrictive, oblivious, off-guard, offhand, offhanded, overindulgent, overly permissive, overpermissive, pacific, passive, peaceful, permissive, plain, poking, poky, procrastinating, quietistic, reluctant, remiss, rickety, rock-steady, rubbery, sauntering, scamping, serene, shaky, shuffling, simple, sinuous, skimping, slack, slighting, slipshod, sloppy, slothful, slow, slow as death, slow as molasses, slow as slow, slow-crawling, slow-foot, slow-going, slow-legged, slow-moving, slow-paced, slow-poky, slow-running, slow-sailing, slow-stepped, sluggish, slurring, snail-paced, snaillike, sociable, soft, staggering, steady, steady-handed, steady-nerved, steel-nerved, streaming, strolling, strong-nerved, tentative, thoughtfree, thoughtless, toddling, tortoiselike, tottering, tranquil, trudging, turtlelike, unaffected, unassuming, unblenching, unblinking, unceremonious, uncircumspect, unconstrained, unconventional, unfaltering, unflinching, unfussy, unguarded, unhasty, unhurried, unideaed, unintellectual, unnervous, unoccupied, unofficial, unquivering, unreasoning, unreserved, unrestrained, unrigorous, unshaken, unshaky, unshrinking, unstrained, unstudied, unthinking, untremulous, unwary, unwatchful, unwavering, vacant, vacuous, waddling, weak, without a tremor
Dictionary Results for relaxed:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
relaxed
    adj 1: without strain or anxiety; "gave the impression of being
           quite relaxed"; "a relaxed and informal discussion" [ant:
           tense]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Relax \Re*lax"\ (r?-l?ks"), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Relaxed
   (-l?kst"); p. pr. & vb. n. Relaxing.] [L. relaxare; pref.
   re- re- + laxare to loose, to slacken, from laxus loose. See
   Lax, and cf. Relay, n., Release.]
   1. To make lax or loose; to make less close, firm, rigid,
      tense, or the like; to slacken; to loosen; to open; as, to
      relax a rope or cord; to relax the muscles or sinews.
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            Horror . . . all his joints relaxed.  --Milton.
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            Nor served it to relax their serried files.
                                                  --Milton.
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   2. To make less severe or rigorous; to abate the stringency
      of; to remit in respect to strenuousness, earnestness, or
      effort; as, to relax discipline; to relax one's attention
      or endeavors.
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            The statute of mortmain was at several times relaxed
            by the legislature.                   --Swift.
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   3. Hence, to relieve from attention or effort; to ease; to
      recreate; to divert; as, amusement relaxes the mind.
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   4. To relieve from constipation; to loosen; to open; as, an
      aperient relaxes the bowels.
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   Syn: To slacken; loosen; loose; remit; abate; mitigate; ease;
        unbend; divert.
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