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at ease in the military, a standing position in which soldiers may relax but not leave formation or talk. [1/2 definitions]
breathe easily to be able to relax after a period of tension or anxiety.
breathe easy to be able to relax after a period of tension or anxiety.
breathe freely to be able to relax after a period of tension or anxiety.
loose to ease, slacken, or relax. [1/15 definitions]
loosen to relax (constraint or the like). [1/5 definitions]
lounge a room or area, as in a hotel, train station, or the like, where patrons can relax, wait, or smoke. [1/8 definitions]
lull to cause (someone) to relax his or her ordinary alertness, so as to make vulnerable to deception. [1/4 definitions]
remit to allow (one's interest, effort, or the like) to abate or relax. [1/8 definitions]
rest1 to relax, esp. by sleeping or lying down. [1/20 definitions]
restless unable to relax, slow down, or remain quiet. [1/5 definitions]
tense1 unable to relax physically or emotionally. [1/4 definitions]
tranquilize to calm down; relax.
unbend to relax or remove the tension in or from (something bent, stretched taut, or the like); straighten; loosen. [1/3 definitions]
unclasp to release or relax a grasp or embrace. [1/4 definitions]
unclench to open from a clenched position; relax.
unloose to loosen, relax, unfasten, or undo. [1/2 definitions]
unwind to free from stress; relax. [2/4 definitions]
wind down (informal) to relax. [1/2 definitions]