Synonyms of 'easy-going'
relaxed in manner or attitudeThey have a very easy-going attitude to life.
Try to adopt a more relaxed manner.
I guess we've been too easy with our dogs.
liberal, , ,
She is known to have liberal views on abortion and contraception.
He is a mild man, reasonable almost to the point of blandness.
an easy-going young man with a casual approach to life
They need to be tolerant of different points of view.
Everyone here has a really laid-back attitude.
His indulgent mother was willing to let him do what he wanted.
She looked as calm and serene as always.
The Professor takes a slightly more lenient view.
She remembered her years of carefree youth.
She was a placid child who rarely cried.
Paul was unconcerned about what he had done.
Her parents are permissive and set few clear boundaries.
She was a happy-go-lucky girl, always laughing and joking.
The islands are peaceful, with an unhurried pace of life.
Denis tried unsuccessfully to look nonchalant and uninterested.
insouciant, , ,
He worked with insouciant disregard for convention.
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in the sense of carefree
without worry or responsibilityShe remembered her years of carefree youth.
in the sense of casual
being or seeming careless or nonchalantan easy-going young man with a casual approach to life
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