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easygoing

[ee-zee-goh-ing] /ˈi ziˈgoʊ ɪŋ/
adjective
1.
calm and unworried; relaxed and rather casual:
an easygoing person.
2.
going easily, as a horse.
Also, easy-going.
Origin
1665-1675
1665-75; easy + going
Related forms
easygoingness, noun
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  • The laid-back grandfather has the same unflappable gentleness, the same easygoing speech.
  • The place would seem precious if it weren't so easygoing.
  • Rob, witty and easygoing, had the advantage of seeming not to be desperate.
  • In his easygoing way, he was describing the end of the world.
  • He is more than six feet tall and handsome, with a wide, easygoing face.
  • Yet many reps are so friendly, so easygoing, so much fun to flirt with that it is virtually impossible to demonize them.
  • He is soft-spoken and easygoing, more teddy bear than bruiser.
  • He was easygoing, sociable, and beloved by children.
  • Of course, he has his share of fun- loving ribbing from his colleagues but in his usual easygoing style, he takes it in stride.
  • Teachers knew him as an easygoing, well-liked student with a great sense of humor.

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