easygoing

or eas·y-go·ing

[ee-zee-goh-ing]

adjective

calm and unworried; relaxed and rather casual: an easygoing person.
going easily, as a horse.

Nearby words

  1. easy street, on,
  2. easy-breezy,
  3. easy-care,
  4. easy-going,
  5. easy-money policy,
  6. eat,
  7. eat and run,
  8. eat away at,
  9. eat crow,
  10. eat high off the hog

Origin of easygoing

First recorded in 1665–75; easy + going

Related formseas·y·go·ing·ness, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for easy-going

easy-going

adjective

relaxed in manner or attitude; inclined to be excessively tolerant
moving at a comfortable pacean easy-going horse
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Word Origin and History for easy-going

easy-going

adj.

also easygoing, 1640s, originally of horses, from easy + going.

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