Definitions

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  • noun The condition of being relaxed

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Examples

  • "But, at the same time, there is more 'relaxedness' - a small family type of feel, a sense of being a heart kind of people more.

    Clerical Whispers

  • "So you can approach that child with a kind of relaxedness that you don't with your own.

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • "So you can approach that child with a kind of relaxedness that you don't with your own.

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • I feel like I'm carrying this amniotic feeling of relaxedness and security everywhere.

    Tilda Swinton on Return of a Breakout Film

  • Kitty put her finger on it, that idea of an author distilling things for us and allowing us a moment or two of relaxedness in the face of what can be monumental nonsense.

    David Foster Wallace: Reflecting on the late author | EW.com

  • But there ` s also a freedom and a relaxedness about it which I enjoy.

    Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books

  • For a long time he contemplated the figure on the tatami, and as he did so his muscles began to lose their relaxedness.

    The Miko

  • Now she channelled her excess energy into her body, adoring the concept of controlled rhythm, the duality of tension and relaxedness that dance afforded her.

    The Ninja

  • Tensity and dislike follow assumption of the face, guards react with scrupulous relaxedness, holding the face “soft” with an effort often accompanied by slight trembling of hands.1

    Behavior in Public Places

  • He lay in shadow, but something about his shape and rag-doll relaxedness struck me with shocking recognition as I took the five or six strides across to him.

    Dead Cert

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