laid-back

[leyd-bak]
adjective Slang.
1.
relaxed or unhurried: laid-back music rhythms.
2.
free from stress; easygoing; carefree: a laid-back way of living.
Also, laidback.


Origin:
1905–10, for an earlier sense; 1970–75 for current sense

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laid-back
 
adj
informal relaxed in style, character, or behaviour; easy-going and unhurried

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Example sentences
He enjoys the quiet, laidback lifestyle of living in the woods.
The laidback restaurant offers rooftop seating with umbrella-covered tables.
The laidback interior includes exposed brick walls, track lighting, wood
  furnishings and hardwood floors.
The laidback setting features hardwood floors, counter seating and fresh
  flowers scattered around the dining hall.
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