Examples from the Web for relaxant
Because cigarettes can be either a stimulant or a relaxant, the game has two modes.
Then the medicines should be anti-spasmodic and relaxant, tonic, diaphoretic, and lubricating.
It is used in the form of poultice for locked-jaw, and as a relaxant in rigidity of the muscular structure.
British Dictionary definitions for relaxant
Word Origin and History for relaxant
1771, from Latin relaxantem (nominative relaxans), present participle of relaxare (see relax). As a noun from 1832.