Informal Having a relaxed or casual atmosphere or character; easygoing: "laid-back, untroubled people” ( New Yorker). (adjective)
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Use "laid-back" in a sentence
"First Impression: Eartha is described as a laid-back nature lover."
"If some men can be described as laid-back, Berntsen is laid-forward, a bear-sized, gung-ho CIA officer with a pronounced Long Island accent who speaks Dari, one of the local Afghan languages."
"The former Portuguese colony once known as a laid-back hippy haven has seen tourist numbers decline following the 2008 rape and murder of the Devon teenager Scarlett Keeling."