Definitions for LAXlæks

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. lax, slack(adj)

    lacking in rigor or strictness

    "such lax and slipshod ways are no longer acceptable"; "lax in attending classes"; "slack in maintaining discipline"

  2. lax(adj)

    pronounced with muscles of the tongue and jaw relatively relaxed (e.g., the vowel sound in `bet')

  3. lax(adj)

    lacking in strength or firmness or resilience

    "a lax rope"; "a limp handshake"

  4. lax, loose(adj)

    emptying easily or excessively

    "loose bowels"

Webster Dictionary

  1. Lax(verb)

    not tense, firm, or rigid; loose; slack; as, a lax bandage; lax fiber

  2. Lax(verb)

    not strict or stringent; not exact; loose; weak; vague; equivocal

  3. Lax(verb)

    having a looseness of the bowels; diarrheal

  4. Lax(noun)

    a looseness; diarrhea

Freebase

  1. LAX

    LAX is a television drama set at the Los Angeles International Airport and draws its name from the airport's IATA airport code, "LAX". On May 17, 2004 NBC announced that they had picked up the pilot to series.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Hippocrates:

    it would not be a good impression that even the heads can be lax because of Company’s leniency

  2. Tim Feldmann:

    I quiver a bit when hearing of the lax usage of the word 'yoga' these days, a yoga studio down the road from us here in Miami offers 'yoga booty ballet'. In my ear, that is obviously an only commercial aspirational use of the word.

  3. Superintendent Robert Runcie:

    I take a lot of exception to any statement, or suggestion that somehow this administration and school board did nothing or was ever lax in our response, to the contrary, this matter was taken very seriously and was addressed with an appropriate sense of urgency.

  4. Kurt Ribisl:

    The lax regulations that are in place at the local, state and federal level make it so that e-cigarettes are cheap, readily available and come in flavors that are appealing to youth, it’s really no surprise that we’re going to see a big uptick with this product.

  5. Arizona Sheriff Babeu:

    To be clear, the backgrounds of the individuals in question would generally make them enforcement priorities for ICE. However, ICE has no legal basis for continuing to hold these individuals.One individual( Hermez) is a lawful permanent resident whose current conviction record does not make him legally removable. the sheriffs of Arizona have been forced to deal with many challenges due to lax enforcement of Criminal rules for U.S. immigration policies.

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