[ adjective ] without strain or anxiety
"gave the impression of being quite relaxed" "a relaxed and informal discussion"
Used in print(The Christian Science Monitor,...)
Television has yet to work_out a living_arrangement with jazz , which comes to the medium more as an uneasy guest than as a relaxed member of the family .(Christopher Davis, First Family....)
His hands , which had been as quick as a pair of fluttering birds , were now neither active nor really relaxed .
[ adjective ] made less tense or rigid
"his relaxed muscles"