Josh Dzieza on how that lax system could become the national standard.
In the age of the Internet and in our lax regulatory environment, there are more quacks than ever before.
One brought by a preliminary hearing will go before the lax Court, which has a higher demographic of black jurors.
Continuity is lax: some actors play several characters; other roles are portrayed by multiple actors.
Conservatives have attacked the lax security under Obama, even straining to tie the threat to ISIS.
You are soft and lax, you purr when I stroke you; I could make a pet of you.
When the skin is pale, lax, and wrinkled, astringent washes may be used.
lax as Harry is, one hesitates to saddle him with such an egregious contradiction.
If any one imagines that this law is lax, let him keep its commandment one day.
Most of the inhabitants are syphilitic or are afflicted with other diseases due to lax morals.
c.1400, "loose" (in reference to bowels), from Latin laxus "wide, loose, open," figuratively "loose, free, wide," from PIE root *(s)leg- "to be slack, be languid" (cf. Greek legein "to leave off, stop," lagos "hare," literally "with drooping ears," lagnos "lustful, lascivious," lagaros "slack, hollow, shrunken;" Latin languere "to be faint, weary," languidis "faint, weak, dull, sluggish, languid"). Of rules, discipline, etc., attested from mid-15c.
"salmon," from Old English leax (see lox).