easy going


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Noun1.easy going - easy unobstructed progress; "after we solved that problem the rest was plain sailing"
forward motion, onward motion, advancement, progress, progression, procession, advance - the act of moving forward (as toward a goal)
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He's a very easy going and relaxed baby, he's just like his dad.
Easy Going, On the Lighter Side, for piano, by Andreas Hertel; and Rhythm & Moods, Easy Pieces for Beginners and Advanced Players, by Diana Valentina Menezes.
Known for it's easy going atmosphere & GREAT selection of bottle and tap beers.
QOUR son was always easy going and very straightforward and at 14, he still is.
Simon was professional and easy going and in the plane he kept my nerves at bay as we chatted about how he used to live up the road from me in Eastern Green.
ALL the cliches trotted out before the Wales match - "on the day we can give them a game", "hostile atmosphere", "won't be easy going there and winning", "their manager won't need to get them up for this one" - will get another airing before England stroll to victory at Windsor Park.
Malibu's Seriously Easy Going approach to life continues with the launch of a television and cinema advert this month.
He knows it won't be easy going from the Angels' superb setup man to their new closer, respectfully noting that he won't take the position lightly and he must, in fact, earn it.
The simple prose is easy to read and engaging, though at times one wonders whether anyone could really be so easy going.
We need to get back to winning ways next week and that won't be easy going by Ipswich's result this weekend.
They're known to be pretty easy going, which is why some people keep Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs as pets.
Nottage's immediate supervisor at Sea Ray, John Sullivan, said Nottage "makes me feel good about humanity": "Charlton is easy going and respectful of others, yet has no problem confronting any situation he feels is wrong.