- calm and unworried; relaxed and rather casual: an easygoing person.
- going easily, as a horse.
Origin of easygoing
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Examples from the Web for easygoing
"I'm easygoing," he says, sitting in the spotless, stylish living room of his suburban Baltimore home.Will the Real Jim Palmer Please Stand Up
September 27, 2014
His reviews, rightly, call him “sweet,” “demure,” “easygoing.”Sex, Power, and Desire: The Life of America’s Next Top Escort
March 19, 2014
Clark was a big, easygoing fellow, a plodder, a fifteen-year man with the highway patrol.The Strange and Mysterious Death of Mrs. Jerry Lee Lewis
Richard Ben Cramer
January 11, 2014
It is incredibly multicultural and people, on the whole, are easygoing.Literary City: Deborah Levy’s London
February 22, 2013
But Stefania is the chilliest, most easygoing 14-year-old in the world.‘The Carrie Diaries’: AnnaSophia Robb on the ‘Sex and the City’ Prequel
January 14, 2013
This is exactly the point where our easygoing rationalist misses the mark.Mountain Meditations
She was so easygoing; had none of the push and self-assertiveness that get people ahead in business.My Antonia
Alan saw that Hawkes was tall, like himself; he walked with easygoing grace.Starman's Quest
Third Memo—Behind his colloquial, easygoing (apparently careless) utterance, Mr. Holliday conceals a high quality of literary art.Mince PieAuthor: Christopher Darlington MorleyRelease Date: October 10, 2004 [eBook #13694]
Christopher Darlington Morley
Charles II was an easygoing and kindly man and hard to ruffle.Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed.
S. A. Reilly