easygoingness

NOUN
  1. being without worry or concern
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How To Use easygoingness In A Sentence

  • Intensity, anger, exuberance, easygoingness -- the fact that it all kind of happens together is a little weird, frankly. Hillary's Announcement Video — Promises Online Video Chats
  • That was one of his most striking traits—he radiated easygoingness, which is remarkable for a guy who runs the most uptight company in the dot-com world. 21 DOG YEARS
  • Your trust and easygoingness are inspiring to me — evidence that good ones are out there. A Man’s Game @ Attack of the Redneck Mommy
  • It is paradoxically in his easygoingness that any leader-like quality resides. Times, Sunday Times
  • But do not make the mistake of turning that advice into a euphemism to disguise your own comfort, calculation, lukewarmness, easygoingness, lack of idealism and mediocrity. Latest Articles
  • High easygoingness, even when not seriously destructive, may also diminish your effectiveness at work, for example.
  • Fred MacMurray's face is a dazzling picture of American easygoingness and avarice. Nobody's Perfect
  • But the easygoingness vanishes onstage, where Ryu works his instruments with boyish energy and inimitable virtuosity. latimes.com - News
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