Easygoing [adjective]

Definition of Easygoing:

complacent, permissive

Opposite/Antonyms of Easygoing:

Sentence/Example of Easygoing:

Docile animals that cooperate in these ceremonies are kept around, reproducing longer and creating future generations with easygoing temperaments.

Speaking in a low, easygoing drawl, she recalled playing make-believe in the woods, savoring plums fresh from the garden, spending summer evenings on the porch listening to the radio with one ear while eavesdropping on grown-ups with the other.

Yet, beneath this avuncular, easygoing public persona, Beard was uncomfortable in his own skin.

James Stepney, a 32-year-old senior customer-support technician from the Bronx, with a kind smile and an easygoing warmth around the office, had wanted to get in one last workout before New York’s gyms closed.

The producer jovial and warm, taking the role of the easygoing partner, but fully in control of every single beat.

The easygoing paternal rule was to come to an end, and a long period of bloodshed and turbulence was to succeed.

He was easygoing when at home on leave, or off on one of his outings, as he had been when she met him in New London.

The filth, the intolerable weariness, the instant necessity of the tasks, stagger the easygoing suburban reader.

One easygoing housekeeper used to say that, in her opinion, there was a genius in slighting.

He belonged to a world that she did not know—and yet he was so perfectly at home with her, so idly easygoing.