deformalize

deformalize

(diːˈfɔːməˌlaɪz) or

deformalise

vb (tr)
to make (something) less formal
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The invention described in the patent application would deformalize the means for addressing the device, thus enabling Alexa to fit more easily and naturally into everyday life.
(57) They argue that one of the flaws of advocates of the 1960s law and development movement was that "[t]he authors of these projects failed to ask themselves such questions as whether equality and participation would not be more effectively fostered by efforts to deformalize or deprofessionalize dispute settlement." (58)
"deformalize" dispute resolution through ADR increased the
It seeks to "deformalize" the hearings, eliminating due process procedures.
It plans to "deformalize" the hearings by eliminating due process procedures, Documents would be restricted to what the NRC staff and company deem relevant.
Television probably did more than anything else to deformalize the American interior (and lifestyle).
Comfortable living room furniture may be used to deformalize proceedings.