View definitions for relaxes


Discover More

Example Sentences

By using an alter ego, he liberates himself, relaxes himself so he can invent freely.

During the rest of the day the young woman relaxes and heals, waiting for the swelling on her face to subside.

In Mississippi, one new law relaxes the definition of “conceal” for residents whose firearms may become visible as they wear them.

Normally, a jury group relaxes with each other after a couple of days.

In reality, each boy is an unpaid pion, a watchdog whose vigilance never relaxes.

The time demanded that its preachers should take their text from the spiritually excessive Blake: "Damn braces, bless relaxes."

The nerve that never relaxes, the eye that never blenches, the thought that never wanders,—these are the masters of victory.

Her eyes flash defiance; he relaxes, smiles, paying no attention to her contradiction concerning Hamlet.

The road takes us on through the village, and pushes up into the valley with an ascent which is not steep but which never relaxes.


On this page you'll find 78 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to relaxes, such as: unwind, recline, soften, calm, repose, and rest.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.