The rest of the time he generally has staycations, relaxing at home.
Officers said the couple reportedly stayed up late often relaxing on their patio.
Grab some sangria and sunblock and head to Spain, where a relaxing getaway with an exciting culinary scene is calling your name.
If the answer is no, relaxing them is acceptable, for the common good of rationalizing and streamlining airport security.
Perhaps they've earned a right to a relaxing spell of political apathy.
"Jenny, Jenny," pleaded Maurice, relaxing the closeness of his embrace.
Lydia feared greatly the relaxing influence of his caressing touch.
"Ay, if you'll behave properly," said Lars Peter, relaxing his grip a little.
He was tired and he'd looked forward to relaxing a while before the show.
relaxing comfortably against the cool leather upholstery, they soon left Cedar Ridge behind them.
late 14c., "to make (something) less compact or dense," from Old French relaschier "set free; soften; reduce" (14c.), from Latin relaxare "relax, loosen, open, stretch out, widen again; make loose," from re- "back" (see re-) + laxare "loosen," from laxus "loose" (see lax). Of persons, "to become less formal," from 1837. Meaning "decrease tension" is from early 15c.; intransitive sense of "to become less tense" is recorded from 1935. Related: Relaxed; relaxing.
relax re·lax (rĭ-lāks')
v. re·laxed, re·lax·ing, re·lax·es
To make or become lax or loose.
To relieve or become relieved from tension or strain.