loungy

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loungy

(ˈlaʊndʒɪ) or

loungey

adj
casual; relaxedof or relating to a lounge or lounge barof or relating to a easy listening music
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Women can choose from a selection of sartorial pairings fit for easy, loungey days and traveling.
We open at 5pm, so from 5-8pm [there] will be more loungey music, where you can have a cup of coffee, maybe an early bite or an after-work drink.
The music is chilled and loungey that wraps the whole feel of the restaurant.
If you want something more lively and loungey, check their events page, and go after 10:00pm.
While not technically easy listening--it might be classified, perhaps, as a loungey and sometimes Latinate variant on Chicago house--the relaxed 4/4 instrumental dance music with which Weinberger permeated the Swiss Institute is free of the outre or confrontational aspects shared by so many works in the medium.
But then it hit me that the music sounded really loungey.
The mood was laid back, and nearly every song took on a loungey, jazzy tone, including the wonderful Crazy Love, which moved along slowly, gently, like waves lapping up against a shore.
A Loungey Driver: After consuming eight or nine beers at the Keyboard Lounge in Proctor, Minnesota, Dennis Anderson headed home on his motorized lounge chair.
enlendirici and ensemble will brighten the evening with their unique blend of loungey folk music combined with jazz tones.
Upstairs is very civilized; it's seated-only with a loungey feel," says DeRossi.
Meanwhile, Polly And The Billets Doux's debut album Fiction, Half-truths And Downright Lies initially strikes the listener as dull melange of coffee table jazz-folk-country, but then proceeds to make better inroads into a sort of loungey Americana you'd like to see performed live.