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  • as inrelaxed
  • as ineasygoing

synonyms for outgiving

  • breezy
  • calm
  • carefree
  • casual
  • composed
  • easy
  • flexible
  • informal
  • laid-back
  • nonchalant
  • placid
  • serene
  • spontaneous
  • tolerant
  • tranquil
  • collected
  • moderate
  • poised
  • amenable
  • complaisant
  • devil-may-care
  • even-tempered
  • free and easy
  • hang-loose
  • happy-go-lucky
  • indolent
  • indulgent
  • insouciant
  • lazy
  • lenient
  • liberal
  • low-pressure
  • mild
  • natural
  • offhand
  • patient
  • self-possessed
  • unceremonious
  • unconcerned
  • uncritical
  • undemanding
  • unhurried
  • uninhibited
  • unrestrained
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antonyms for outgiving

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  • agitated
  • deliberate
  • difficult
  • excited
  • formal
  • intolerant
  • planned
  • premeditated
  • rigid
  • stiff
  • troubled
  • turbulent
  • violent
  • wild
  • worried
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How to use outgiving in a sentence

Jackson's outgiving served only to enrage the South and especially South Carolina.
THE LIFE OF JOHN MARSHALL VOLUME 4 OF 4ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE
Outdealing, fordealing, outgiving:—Uetdieling fen da pryzen.
AN OUTLINE OF ENGLISH SPEECH-CRAFTWILLIAM BARNES
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