Pronunciation of Lay Back
/lˈe͡ɪ bˈak/, /lˈeɪ bˈak/, /l_ˈeɪ b_ˈa_k/
Antonyms for lay back:
intensify, anger, provoke, arouse, trouble, increase, ascend, worry, win, free, advance, disquiet, ruffle, inflame, disturb, move, rise, stiffen, incite, distract, energize, magnify, build, enlarge, tighten, forward, worsen, raise, rouse, amplify, prolong, revive, continue, outrage, irritate, grow, expand, aggravate, extend, upset, enhance, excite, start, agitate, develop.
Synonyms for lay back:
allay, chill out, coast, cool, cool it, decline, decrease, diminish, dull, dwindle, ebb, let go, mellow out, moderate, quell, recede, reduce, slacken, slow, subdue, subside, take it easy, taper, taper off, unlax, wane, let up, go with the flow, hang easy, hang loose, let it all hang out.
alleviate, appease, assuage, balm, becalm, compose, hush, lull, mitigate, mollify, pacify, placate, quiet, quieten, relax, relieve, sedate, settle, simmer down, soothe, steady, still, tranquilize, stroke, take the edge off, cool out, soft-pedal.
ameliorate, butter up, calm, chasten, conciliate, dulcify, fix up, grease, propitiate, repress, silence, smooth over, soften, square, sweeten, tame, make peace, put the lid on, con, kiss and make up, pacificate, bury the hatchet.
acquiesce, capitulate, cave in, come around, comply, die away, drop, ease, ease off, fold, forbear, give in, give up, give way, lighten up, melt, quit, weaken, yield, show mercy, go along with, be merciful, change one's mind, ease up on, give quarter, give some slack, go easy on, have mercy, have pity, let it happen, say uncle, cry uncle.