Laid back synonym

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Synonyms for Laid-back:

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804 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ lˈe͡ɪdbˈak], [ lˈe‍ɪdbˈak], [ l_ˈeɪ_d_b_ˈa_k]
  • adj.

    all (adjective)apathetic (adjective)
    • in-sensible,
    • dont give a damn,
    • un-concerned,
    • in sensible,
    • un-interested,
    • un touched,
    • don't give damn,
    • un-responsive,
    • couldnt care less,
    • un feeling,
    • in-different,
    • dont give damn,
    • what hell,
    • un-moved,
    • wimpiest,
    • draggiest,
    • in different,
    • draggier,
    • un responsive,
    • laidback,
    • un-touched,
    • un interested,
    • un concerned.
    blase (adjective)
    • more world weary,
    • done all,
    • more disentranced,
    • un excited,
    • more glutted,
    • most world-weary,
    • more surfeited,
    • worldweary,
    • un-excited,
    • most world weary,
    • more cloyed,
    • dis enchanted,
    • world weary,
    • more world-weary,
    • most unexcited,
    • most cloyed,
    • most sophisticate,
    • most surfeited,
    • more satiated,
    • most disentranced,
    • more unexcited,
    • more sophisticate,
    • dis-enchanted,
    • been around twice,
    • dis entranced,
    • most glutted,
    • dis-entranced,
    • more worldweary,
    • most worldweary.
    calm (adjective)
    • cool headed,
    • unimpressed,
    • cool as cucumber,
    • un ruffled,
    • in scrutable,
    • more unexcitable,
    • in-scrutable,
    • unexcitable,
    • more unimpressed,
    • dis interested,
    • more poised,
    • selfpossessed,
    • un-troubled,
    • coolheaded,
    • un disturbed,
    • most unexcitable,
    • dis-interested,
    • most unimpressed,
    • un troubled,
    • most poised,
    • dis passionate,
    • un-excitable,
    • un impressed,
    • un excitable,
    • dis-passionate,
    • un-ruffled,
    • un flappable.
    casual (adjective)
    • most lowpressure,
    • with drawn,
    • un-fussier,
    • more low-pressure,
    • most pococurante,
    • un fussier,
    • unfussiest,
    • more low pressure,
    • most low-pressure,
    • with-drawn,
    • un-fussiest,
    • un fussiest,
    • in-formal,
    • un-fussy,
    • more pococurante,
    • in formal,
    • more lowpressure,
    • un fussy.
    cowardly (adjective)detached (adjective)
    • out it,
    • poker faced,
    • un-curious,
    • more uncurious,
    • re-served,
    • un biased,
    • un prejudiced,
    • un curious,
    • re moved,
    • most uncurious,
    • more poker faced,
    • most unpassioned,
    • more unpassioned,
    • most poker-faced,
    • most poker faced,
    • re served,
    • un involved,
    • un-prejudiced,
    • un-involved.
    docile (adjective)
    • more weak-kneed,
    • well behaved,
    • teachable,
    • more weak kneed,
    • weakkneed,
    • most weak kneed,
    • most weak-kneed,
    • weak-kneed,
    • more weakkneed,
    • re-signed,
    • most weakkneed,
    • most docious,
    • weak kneed,
    • manageable,
    • more docious,
    • wellbehaved,
    • re signed.
    easygoing (adjective)
    • most hang loose,
    • more hang-loose,
    • devil may care,
    • happy go lucky,
    • un critical,
    • un demanding,
    • most undemanding,
    • more outgiving,
    • even tempered,
    • un-inhibited,
    • eventempered,
    • more undemanding,
    • un-critical,
    • out giving,
    • most hang-loose,
    • most hangloose,
    • un inhibited,
    • out-giving,
    • free easy,
    • un-demanding.
    hebetudinous (adjective)incurious (adjective)lackadaisical (adjective)lackluster (adjective)
    • more zero,
    • sombrest,
    • more lusterless,
    • un inspired,
    • more nothing,
    • more hohum,
    • un-imaginative,
    • most lusterless,
    • most ho hum,
    • most zero,
    • more ho hum,
    • more muted,
    • un-inspired,
    • un imaginative,
    • most pabulum,
    • most muted,
    • most hohum,
    • more pabulum,
    • most nothing,
    • more ho-hum,
    • most ho-hum,
    • mattest.
    languid (adjective)
    • in-firmest,
    • in firmest,
    • unenthusiastic,
    • in firmer,
    • most sleepyhead,
    • snoozier,
    • more sleepyhead,
    • in-active,
    • uninterested,
    • wimpier,
    • blahser,
    • in-firmer,
    • un enthusiastic,
    • most nebbish,
    • more nebbish,
    • more pining,
    • snooziest,
    • most pining,
    • blahsest,
    • un-enthusiastic.
    leisurely (adjective)
    • most slackened,
    • un-hasty,
    • slowmoving,
    • de-liberate,
    • most slow moving,
    • most slow-moving,
    • un hasty,
    • de liberate,
    • most laggard,
    • unhastier,
    • un hastier,
    • most slowmoving,
    • unhurried,
    • un hastiest,
    • more slow-moving,
    • slow-moving,
    • more slow moving,
    • slow moving.
    lethargic (adjective)lighthearted (adjective)listless (adjective)low-key (adjective)
    • more softsell,
    • most softened,
    • low pitched,
    • more understated,
    • under-stated,
    • lowkey,
    • softsell,
    • under stated,
    • low key,
    • most softsell,
    • lowpitched.
    natural (adjective)
    • more unassumed,
    • most uncontrived,
    • more uncontrived,
    • un-worldliest,
    • more unembarrassed,
    • more up front,
    • more unlabored,
    • most up-front,
    • most simplehearted,
    • un-contrived,
    • in-nocent,
    • more up-front,
    • more inartificial,
    • un-feigned,
    • un-assumed,
    • un-studied,
    • un polished,
    • un-forced,
    • un worldly,
    • in nocent,
    • un schooled,
    • most unassumed,
    • un labored,
    • un embarrassed,
    • most inartificial,
    • un forced,
    • more undesigning,
    • un contrived,
    • un worldlier,
    • most unlabored,
    • more simplehearted,
    • un-worldly,
    • most undesigning,
    • more upfront,
    • un studied,
    • un designing,
    • un assumed,
    • most upfront,
    • un-embarrassed,
    • un-schooled,
    • un sophisticated,
    • most up front,
    • un feigned,
    • in-artificial.
    offhand (adjective)Other relevant words: (adjective)
    • uncontrived,
    • relaxed,
    • rolling with the punches,
    • neb,
    • ho-hum,
    • unsociable,
    • laid back,
    • couldn't care less,
    • simplehearted,
    • sick of,
    • unambitious,
    • uncurious,
    • low-key,
    • lackluster,
    • matte,
    • coldhearted,
    • sleepyheaded,
    • switched on,
    • Mopish,
    • in the know,
    • Hard-hearted,
    • sedate,
    • unembarrassed,
    • mondaine,
    • unaltered,
    • upfront,
    • stagier,
    • leisurely,
    • stagy,
    • cool as a cucumber,
    • incurious,
    • docious,
    • rolling with punches,
    • passive,
    • Snail-like,
    • easygoing,
    • lusterless,
    • unemotional,
    • snaillike,
    • lighthearted,
    • easy-going,
    • world-weary,
    • ho hum,
    • unassumed,
    • languid,
    • outgiving,
    • energyless,
    • unneighborly,
    • Inartificial,
    • up-beat,
    • wise to,
    • going through the motions,
    • spring fever,
    • perfunctory,
    • snoozy,
    • non-gregarious,
    • wimpy,
    • easy going,
    • calm,
    • uptown,
    • Unpresumptuous,
    • Unlabored,
    • stagiest,
    • low pressure,
    • unaffected,
    • hang loose,
    • sombre,
    • sophisticated,
    • unsocial,
    • not influenced,
    • uncomplex,
    • out of it,
    • in firm,
    • being oneself,
    • at peace,
    • hardboiled,
    • Unbeautified,
    • jet-set,
    • done it all,
    • sluggish,
    • disentranced,
    • undemanding,
    • hohum,
    • detached,
    • couth,
    • casual,
    • natural,
    • lethargic,
    • stoical,
    • unfussy,
    • languorous,
    • uninfluenced,
    • serene,
    • restrained,
    • along for the ride,
    • Mooney,
    • blahs,
    • proofer,
    • docile,
    • lackadaisical,
    • streetwise,
    • uncommitted,
    • poker-faced,
    • no nonsense,
    • worldly wise,
    • lymphatic,
    • remote,
    • up-front,
    • phoning it in,
    • unexcited,
    • don't give a damn,
    • low-pressure,
    • listless,
    • Unpassioned,
    • going with the flow,
    • nongregarious,
    • hang-loose,
    • Pococurante,
    • easily influenced,
    • inelaborate,
    • draggy,
    • been around,
    • cold sober,
    • sleepyhead.
    passive (adjective)
    • longsuffering,
    • more unassertive,
    • unassertive,
    • more unresisting,
    • non-resistant,
    • going through motions,
    • unresisting,
    • un-resisting,
    • non-violent,
    • sub missive,
    • nonresistant,
    • un resisting,
    • most bearing,
    • more nonresistant,
    • most nonresistant,
    • un assertive,
    • walking through it,
    • non violent,
    • un-assertive,
    • most unresisting,
    • hands off.
    perfunctory (adjective)remote (adjective)restrained (adjective)
    • most unaffable,
    • selfcontrolled,
    • un-expansive,
    • un-demonstrative,
    • more unexcessive,
    • un affable,
    • on leash,
    • re-strained,
    • in obtrusive,
    • un-excessive,
    • more chilled,
    • un-extremer,
    • in check,
    • self controlled,
    • un-obtrusive,
    • re strained,
    • most unexcessive,
    • calm and collected,
    • on a leash,
    • up tight,
    • in-obtrusive,
    • Unaffable,
    • un demonstrative,
    • up-tight,
    • un excessive,
    • more unexpansive,
    • most chilled,
    • un extreme,
    • un expansive,
    • corked up,
    • un extremer,
    • unexpansive,
    • un obtrusive,
    • unextremest,
    • unexcessive,
    • most unexpansive,
    • re tiring,
    • under control,
    • calm collected,
    • re-tiring,
    • unextreme,
    • un-extreme,
    • un-extremest,
    • in charge,
    • unextremer,
    • un-affable.
    sedate (adjective)serene (adjective)sluggish (adjective)sophisticated (adjective)
    • most uptown,
    • most jet set,
    • most citified,
    • more jet set,
    • more in to,
    • JETSET,
    • most streetwise,
    • more citified,
    • more streetwise,
    • re fined,
    • couthest,
    • in to,
    • more jet-set,
    • dis illusioned,
    • most into,
    • more jetset,
    • couther,
    • co uther,
    • up-town,
    • in know,
    • most mondaine,
    • most jetset,
    • co-uther,
    • more uptown,
    • up town,
    • dis-illusioned,
    • more into,
    • most schooled,
    • well bred,
    • wellbred,
    • more schooled.
    unaffected (adjective)
    • most hard hearted,
    • more easy going,
    • un affected,
    • more uninfluenced,
    • un altered,
    • thickskinned,
    • hard hearted,
    • un stirred,
    • hard boiled,
    • most uninfluenced,
    • most easy going,
    • more easy-going,
    • un-influenced,
    • un influenced,
    • un-stirred,
    • more hard-hearted,
    • more unaltered,
    • more hard hearted,
    • thick skinned,
    • most hard-hearted,
    • un-altered,
    • proofest,
    • most unaltered.
    uncommitted (adjective)
    • more fence-sitting,
    • unpledged,
    • un-attached,
    • freespirited,
    • non aligned,
    • most fencesitting,
    • fence sitting,
    • most fence sitting,
    • fencesitting,
    • most fence-sitting,
    • un committed,
    • middle the road,
    • dont care,
    • free-spirited,
    • most unaffiliated,
    • un affiliated,
    • un pledged,
    • more fence sitting,
    • more freespirited,
    • more unaffiliated,
    • un-affiliated,
    • non partisan,
    • on fence,
    • more unpledged,
    • most free spirited,
    • most free-spirited,
    • non-partisan,
    • most freespirited,
    • free spirited,
    • un-committed,
    • most unpledged,
    • fence-sitting,
    • more fencesitting,
    • unaffiliated,
    • middle of road,
    • un-pledged,
    • don't care,
    • more free-spirited,
    • middle road.
    unemotional (adjective)
    • un compassionate,
    • un impressionable,
    • going with flow,
    • un emotional,
    • un-impressionable,
    • in sensitive,
    • un-compassionate,
    • un-emotional,
    • along for ride,
    • un sympathetic,
    • in-sensitive.
    unhurried (adjective)unpretentious (adjective)
    • un ambitious,
    • un assuming,
    • un-embellished,
    • un-beautified,
    • un ostentatious,
    • most inelaborate,
    • un spoiled,
    • un-presumptuous,
    • un imposing,
    • in elaborate,
    • un embellished,
    • un-imposing,
    • in-elaborate,
    • more inelaborate,
    • most unpresumptuous,
    • un-spoiled,
    • un-ostentatious,
    • un beautified,
    • most unambitious,
    • un-complex,
    • more uncomplex,
    • more unambitious,
    • most uncomplex,
    • un-pretentious,
    • un complex,
    • most unbeautified,
    • more unpresumptuous,
    • un-ambitious.
    unsociable (adjective)
    • most unforthcoming,
    • more brooding,
    • more nongregarious,
    • un-approachable,
    • more unforthcoming,
    • un neighborly,
    • most brooding,
    • un-forthcoming,
    • un-bending,
    • un forthcoming,
    • un-sociable,
    • in accessible,
    • un-congenial,
    • most unneighborly,
    • un congenial,
    • un-social,
    • un approachable,
    • un bending,
    • more unneighborly,
    • non gregarious,
    • most nongregarious,
    • more unsocial,
    • in-accessible,
    • un-neighborly,
    • in hospitable,
    • stuckup,
    • in-hospitable,
    • most unsocial,
    • un social.
    weak (adjective)
    • in decisive,
    • most fluctuant,
    • un sure,
    • un reliable,
    • most faint hearted,
    • un-reliable,
    • faint hearted,
    • un dependable,
    • in-effectual,
    • in secure,
    • un-stablest,
    • wishy washy,
    • wishywashy,
    • in securest,
    • in-securest,
    • in securer,
    • un stablest,
    • more faint-hearted,
    • in-securer,
    • un-sure,
    • un-dependable,
    • in-decisive,
    • un-stable,
    • more fluctuant,
    • in-secure,
    • un stable,
    • faint-hearted,
    • Fluctuant,
    • un-stabler,
    • un stabler,
    • more faint hearted,
    • in effectual.
  • n.

    • nonchalant,
    • spontaneous,
    • cool,
    • plain,
    • at one with,
    • easy,
    • unceremonious,
    • unrestrained,
    • chilled,
    • tighten,
    • informal.
    at ease (noun)
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laid-back

LAID-BACKFUN: Live music in the evening; craft workshops, salons, and movies at the pool; and yoga sessions on the penthouse lanai.

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"I'm a worrier, and he's very laid-back. I like to ask him little questions, like, 'What would you do if our kid is 16 or 17, and we're at dinner celebrating and having wine.

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Singer Lani Misalucha and her family live in Las Vegas and she has come to love the place for its laid-backambience.

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I waited three months more, in great impatience, then sent him back to the same post, to see if there might be a reply.

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Drowned every few seconds by our tremendous salvoes, this more nervous noise crept back insistently into our ears in the interval.

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And it was already wet. I stroked a little of her buttocks, feeling their natural elasticity. A finger gently touched the sphincter.

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The bright sun illuminated her. The contours of the body were clearly visible through the clothes. At the first moment it seemed to me that she was standing naked, inviting me to intercourse. I walked over and put my palms on her shoulders.



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