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synonyms for laid back

  • intimate
  • relaxed
  • spontaneous
  • straightforward
  • unofficial
  • breezy
  • colloquial
  • congenial
  • cool
  • democratic
  • down home
  • easy
  • easygoing
  • everyday
  • extempore
  • familiar
  • folksy
  • frank
  • free
  • free-and-easy
  • homey
  • improv
  • inconspicuous
  • loose
  • low-pressure
  • mellow
  • mixed
  • motley
  • natural
  • off-the-cuff
  • open
  • ordinary
  • sporty
  • throwaway
  • unceremonious
  • unconstrained
  • unconventional
  • unfussy
  • unrestrained
  • urbane
  • without ceremony
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antonyms for laid back

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  • ceremonious
  • dressed-up
  • formal
  • official
  • rigid
  • stiff
  • hard-working
  • caring
  • active
  • enthusiastic
  • careful
  • interested
  • lively
  • energetic
    • thick
    • concentrated
    • safe
    • fit
    • able
    • loud
    • bold
    • strong
    • steady
    • firm
    • secure
    • sure
    • definite
    • certain
    • protected
    • guarded
    • sufficient
    • capable
    • noisy
    • confident
    • brave
    • potent
    • stable
    • unwavering
    • determined
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                How to use laid back in a sentence

                I waited three months more, in great impatience, then sent him back to the same post, to see if there might be a reply.
                THE BOARDED-UP HOUSEAUGUSTA HUIELL SEAMAN
                Ages back—let musty geologists tell us how long ago—'twas a lake, larger than the Lake of Geneva.
                BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 60, NO. 372, OCTOBER 1846VARIOUS
                The boys were tumbling about, clinging to his legs, imploring that numerous things be brought back to them.
                THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
                With a suffocating gasp, she fell back into the chair on which she sat, and covered her face with her hands.
                THE PASTOR'S FIRE-SIDE VOL. 3 OF 4JANE PORTER
                She was holding the back of her chair with one hand; her loose sleeve had slipped almost to the shoulder of her uplifted arm.
                THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
                The inner ends of the burrows were enlarged with a depression in the floor, where the eggs were laid.
                SUMMER BIRDS FROM THE YUCATAN PENINSULAERWIN E. KLAAS
                The strains of the syren at last woke her uncle, and brought back Miss Hood, who suggested that it was late.
                THE PIT TOWN CORONET, VOLUME I (OF 3)CHARLES JAMES WILLS
                Drowned every few seconds by our tremendous salvoes, this more nervous noise crept back insistently into our ears in the interval.
                GALLIPOLI DIARY, VOLUME IIAN HAMILTON
                Off went the officers again, some distance to the front, and then back again to their men, and got them on a little further.
                BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS
                A few, very few, little dots had run back over that green patch—the others had passed down into the world of darkness.
                GALLIPOLI DIARY, VOLUME IIAN HAMILTON
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