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easy-going

  

      adj  
1    relaxed in manner or attitude; inclined to be excessively tolerant  
2    moving at a comfortable pace  
an easy-going horse     
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easy-going

  
  
amenable, calm, carefree, casual, complacent, easy, easy-oasy     (slang)   even-tempered, flexible, happy-go-lucky, indulgent, insouciant, laid-back     (informal)   lenient, liberal, mild, moderate, nonchalant, permissive, placid, relaxed, serene, tolerant, unconcerned, uncritical, undemanding, unhurried  
  
Antonyms     
   anxious, edgy, fussy, hung-up     (slang)   intolerant, irritated, nervy     (Brit. informal)   neurotic, on edge, strict, tense, uptight     (informal)  

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