easygoing

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This is exactly the point where our easygoing rationalist misses the mark.

She was so easygoing; had none of the push and self-assertiveness that get people ahead in business.

Alan saw that Hawkes was tall, like himself; he walked with easygoing grace.

Third Memo—Behind his colloquial, easygoing (apparently careless) utterance, Mr. Holliday conceals a high quality of literary art.

Charles II was an easygoing and kindly man and hard to ruffle.

The easygoing Joseph had been careless of the letters, which would have further proved the infamy of the oligarchy.

He hated Peck with as much violence as his easygoing nature was capable of, and had no liking for Wolffert.

“If you are not sure, you are safe,” she said, with a hard ring in her utterance that belied her easygoing philosophy.

The counselor sat up straight, not gentle and easygoing any longer.

Easygoing conditions are not only without stimulus to new departures, they are without the sifting which progress demands.

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