Synonyms of 'informal'
relaxed and friendlyShe is refreshingly informal.
The atmosphere at lunch was relaxed.
the comfortable, familiar atmosphere
Rail workers have voted to continue their unofficial strike.
Everyone here has a really laid-back attitude.
They have a very easy-going attitude to life.
He converses in colloquial Japanese as easily as in English.
relaxed and friendlyThe house has an informal atmosphere.
Try to adopt a more relaxed manner.
She laughed and joked and made easy conversation with everyone.
comfortable, , , ,
A home should be comfortable and friendly.
a cosy chat between friends
laid-back (informal), ,
Lunch was a leisurely affair.
appropriate to everyday life or use rather than formal occasionsMost of the time she needs informal clothes.
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in the sense of colloquial
suitable for informal speech or writingHe converses in colloquial Japanese as easily as in English.
in the sense of comfortable
giving comfortA home should be comfortable and friendly.
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