Laxity

• (a.) The state or quality of being lax; want of tenseness, strictness, or exactness.
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Laxity

Lax'i·ty (lăks'ĭ*tȳ) noun [ Latin laxitas , from laxus loose, slack: confer French laxité , See Lax , adjective ] The state or quality of being lax; want of tenseness, strictness, or exactness.
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laxity

laxity 1. A condition or fact of not being strict or careful enough. 2. Looseness; slackness, lacking in tension (in the muscular or nervous fibers, etc.). 3. Looseness of texture or cohesion; openness, uncompact structure or arrangement. 4. Looseness or slackness in the moral and intellectual spheres; lack of firmness, strictness, or precision. 5....
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laxity

loose
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Laxity

Looseness, instability
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laxity

Looseness.
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