Thesaurus / relaxed
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The number of new cases increased quickly during March and April before peaking in early May and then declining from May to September, even after control measures were relaxed.
A BRAZILIAN CITY MAY HAVE ACHIEVED HERD IMMUNITY TO COVID-19—BUT NOT WITHOUT A COSTKATE BAGGALEYSEPTEMBER 23, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
I know people who have reveled in the “The Great Pause,” having found time to get more rest and exercise and feel more relaxed after years of running around from place to place—the enforced break has done wonders for their stress levels.
WHO IS LOOKING AFTER THE MENTAL HEALTH OF BUSINESS LEADERS?SIOBHAN BRUNWINSEPTEMBER 22, 2020QUARTZ
Shanghai’s Nasdaq-style STAR Market, where Ant will list, launched in 2019 with relaxed listing criteria to attract tech firms.
ANOTHER JACK MA COMPANY COULD BREAK THE WORLD’S IPO RECORD. BUT THIS TIME, THE U.S. IS MISSING OUTNAOMI XU ELEGANTSEPTEMBER 21, 2020FORTUNE
The bank has taken a more relaxed approach with those facing child-care issues or pre-existing medical conditions.
GOLDMAN SACHS SENDS TRADERS HOME AFTER POSITIVE COVID-19 CASE IN MANHATTAN OFFICEKDUNN6SEPTEMBER 18, 2020FORTUNE
As the situation changes, lockdowns are relaxed and people go back to work in some sense of normality your messaging should be updated to reflect the situation and the role your business can provide.
TOP FIVE B2B DIGITAL MARKETING TIPS DURING COVID-19 TIMESDAN MARSHALLJUNE 19, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
His entire being now relaxed itself; and his physical system found relief in long, deep sighs.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
The strong hand relaxed, another moment and the man, slipping round the corner like an unwholesome spirit, was gone.
THE GARRET AND THE GARDENR.M. BALLANTYNE
For a moment the stranger's face relaxed into a broad smile at the ludicrousness of the situation.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
WORDS RELATED TO RELAXED
- at large
- at liberty
- free as a bird
- not fitting
- on the loose
- cut loose
- hanging out
- no holds barred
- off the cuff
- on sidelines
- on the fence
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