eas·y·go·ing also eas·y-go·ing (ē′zē-gōĭng)
a. Living without undue worry or concern; calm.
b. Lax or negligent; careless.
c. Relaxed or informal in attitude or standards: an easygoing teacher who allowed extra time for assignments.
2. Not rigorous, demanding, or stressful: an easygoing life as a part-time consultant.
3. Leisurely; unhurried: an easygoing pace.
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