chillaxing

chillaxing

slang Relaxing. A portmanteau of "chilling" and "relaxing," often shortened colloquially to "chillaxin'." We're just chillaxin' and watching some TV, if you want to join us. Most of the trip was just chillaxing by the beach and eating great food. It was perfect!

chillaxin’

n. a period of relaxing and chilling. (see also chill (sense 6).) What do you mean, I’m chillaxin’? I’m just taking it easy.
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Former prime minister David Cameron once said there was not much "chillaxing" - chilling out and relaxing - at the castle, with the royals spending their time on outdoor pursuits.
Nipping out of his Notting Hill mansion sporting the bronze glow of a man who's been chillaxing - trotters up - on a PS1,700-a-night surf break in Costa Rica.
She captioned the photo, 'Chillaxing they call it' and it has wowed many of her fans and followers who have liked and interacted on the post made by the actress.
Chillaxing on a cabana with my squad, a glass of bubbly in my hand and Taylor Swift soundtrack blasting through my imagination, I briefly felt less middle-aged mum, more MTV star.
But, as of October, Mr Cameron will have plenty of time on his hands and where better to enjoy his famous 'chillaxing' than in the regal surroundings of London's most famous club?
The story will stir uncomfortable memories of claims in Cameron's recent biography that he was very fond of playing tennis and 'chillaxing', the report added.
"We have a real crisis that demands real solutions, and Cameron, with his shallowness, his disinclination to think seriously, his laziness and his 'chillaxing', is manifestly not up to the job" - TV historian David Starkey.
A recent biography of Cameron written by Francis Elliott and James Hanning described his relaxation techniques and lead to the term 'chillaxing' being used to describe his downtime.
Francis Elliott and James Hanning's book Cameron: Practically a Conservative quotes an ally of Cameron as saying: "If there was an Olympic gold medal for 'chillaxing,' he would win it.
The book quotes an ally of Mr Cameron as saying: "If there was an Olympic gold medal for 'chillaxing', the Prime Minister would win it.
The Labour MP suggested Mr Cameron was not working hard enough amid reports over the Prime Minister's methods of "chillaxing" by playing tennis and games on his iPad.
Ryan Lawrie, from Coatbridge, will be hoping her chillaxing has left her in a good mood as he aims to impress her and DJ Calvin Harris, who has been drafted in to help the singer choose.
Poor Mr Cameron can barely close his eyes for 40 winks without complaints about him 'chillaxing.'
DAVID Cameron's chillaxing at country pile Chequers has cost taxpayers PS3.6million over the past five years.