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 for easygoing
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  easygoing \eas"y*go`ing\, easy-going
  \eas"y-go`ing\([=e]z"[y^]*g[=o]`[i^]ng), a.
     1. Moving easily; hence, mild-tempered; relaxed and casual;
        ease-loving; inactive. Contrasted with tense. [WordNet
        sense 2]
     Syn: degage, easy-going, laid-back.
          [1913 Webster + WordNet 1.5]
     2. having a lax moral or disciplinary standard. [WordNet
        sense 1] strict
     Syn: lenient.
          [WordNet 1.5]
     3. unhurried; as, an easygoing pace. Opposite of hurried.
        [WordNet sense 3]
     Syn: easy, leisurely.
          [WordNet 1.5]
     4. unaggressive; as, his easygoing approach to business.
        Opposite of aggressive. [WordNet sense 4]
     Syn: low-pressure.
          [WordNet 1.5]

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

      adj 1: not hurried or forced; "an easy walk around the block";
             "at a leisurely (or easygoing) pace" [syn: easy,
             easygoing, leisurely]
      2: not burdensome or demanding; borne or done easily and without
         hardship; "what a cushy job!"; "the easygoing life of a
         parttime consultant"; "a soft job" [syn: cushy, soft,
      3: relaxed and informal in attitude or standards; "an easygoing
         teacher who allowed extra time for assignments"

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  187 Moby Thesaurus words for "easygoing":
     Bohemian, Micawberish, accepting, affable, afoot and lighthearted,
     airy, apathetic, at ease, at large, at liberty, ataractic,
     backward, blase, breezy, carefree, careless, casual, clear,
     clement, collected, comfortable, common, compassionate, composed,
     content, contented, cordial, cursory, dallying, degage, delaying,
     detached, devil-may-care, dilatory, dillydallying, disengaged,
     disinterested, dispassionate, disregardant, disregardful, drony,
     easy, emancipated, eupeptic, euphoric, even-tempered, faineant,
     familiar, flexible, flippant, folksy, foot-dragging, footloose,
     footloose and fancy-free, forbearant, forbearing, forgetful,
     forgiving, free, free and easy, free as air, freeborn, freed,
     gentle, go-as-you-please, gracious, happy, haymish, heedless,
     homely, homey, humane, impotent, imprecise, in the clear,
     inattentive, inconsiderate, incurious, indifferent, indolent,
     inexcitable, informal, insouciant, irregular, lackadaisical,
     laggard, lagging, lax, lazy, lenient, liberated, lingering,
     listless, loitering, loose, low-pressure, mellow, merciful, mild,
     mindless, moderate, natural, negligent, nonchalant, oblivious,
     of good comfort, offhand, offhanded, on the loose, overindulgent,
     overpermissive, patient, perfunctory, permissive, placid, plain,
     pleased, pococurante, poised, procrastinating, procrastinative,
     procrastinatory, reckless, reconciled, regardless, relaxed,
     released, remiss, resigned, respectless, sans souci, satisfied,
     scot-free, self-possessed, serene, shuffling, simple, slack,
     slipshod, sloppy, slothful, slow, sluggish, sociable, soft,
     tactless, tender, thoughtless, tolerant, tranquil, turned-off,
     unaffected, unambitious, unanxious, unassuming, unattached,
     unceremonious, uncommitted, uncomplaining, unconcerned,
     unconstrained, unconventional, undemanding, undiplomatic,
     undiscriminating, unengaged, unfussy, unheedful, unheeding,
     uninhibited, uninterested, uninvolved, unmindful, unofficial,
     unprepared, unready, unrepining, unreserved, unrestrained,
     unsolicitous, unstudied, untactful, unthinking, weak, wishy-washy,
     without care, work-shy

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