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Relaxed vs. Acquitted

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Relaxedadjective

Made slack or feeble; weak, soft.

Acquittedverb

simple past tense and past participle of acquit

Relaxedadjective

Made more lenient; less strict; lax.

‘The relaxed rules were greatly tightened after the lawsuit.’;

Acquittedadjective

Having been acquitted; having gone through a trial that resulted in something other than a guilty verdict.

Relaxedadjective

Free from tension or anxiety; at ease; leisurely.

‘He's a relaxed kind of guy, he never lets himself get upset.’;

Acquittedadjective

declared not guilty of a specific offense or crime; legally blameless;

‘he stands acquitted on all charges’; ‘the jury found him not guilty by reason of insanity’;

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Relaxedadjective

Without physical tension; in a state of equilibrium.

Relaxedadjective

(physiology) Of a muscle: soft, not tensed.

Relaxedverb

simple past tense and past participle of relax

Relaxedadjective

without strain or anxiety;

‘gave the impression of being quite relaxed’; ‘a relaxed and informal discussion’;

Relaxedadjective

made less tense or rigid;

‘his relaxed muscles’;

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