adjective, lax·er, lax·est.
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Examples from the Web for laxly
On Mary's coronation-day, the doors of the dungeon were so laxly guarded, that it was easy to escape.Fox's Book of Martyrs|John Foxe
I was pleased, however, to see that I was so lightly and laxly guarded.In the Wrong Paradise|Andrew Lang
In both cases we have a laxly articulated short sound, and a diphthong in which the tongue rises towards the end.The Sounds of Spoken English|Walter Rippmann
When these are unusually licentious, sedition is interpreted liberally and laxly.
The small attenuated leaves are alternate and laxly arranged on the flower stems, which are 6in.