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impartial, nonchalant, cold, apathetic, insouciant, uninterested, dispassionate, neutral, indifferent, detached, passive, uncaring, perfunctory, unwilling, cool, disinterested, unconcerned, half-hearted, lukewarm.
courteous, genial, hearty, affable, sociable, gracious, gabby, chatty, cordial, congenial, gregarious, neighborly, hospitable, amicable, friendly, garrulous, convivial, amiable, companionable, folksy, vivacious, talkative.
unhurried, frigid, controlled, inscrutable, serene, imperturbable, stolid, staid, apathetic, unflappable, calm, neutral, poker-faced, meek, detached, reserved, placid, stoic, moderate, impassive, stoical, aloof, tranquil, level-headed, composed, self-composed, dispassionate, cool, mild, demure, steady, numb, even-tempered, nonchalant, unexcitable, passionless, deadpan, self-controlled, cold-blooded.
gay, agreeable, sunny, spirited, genial, lively, jolly, merry, lighthearted, affable, congenial, happy, optimistic, buoyant, cheery, glad, pleased, complaisant, amiable, friendly, joyful, jaunty, cordial, pleasant, sparkling, bright, warm, cheerful.
slack, happy-go-lucky, sluttish, well-heeled, unrestricted, well-situated, spontaneous, unhurried, gentle, promiscuous, tighten, soft, natural, sonant, content, chilled, wanton, easy, mellow, casual, undemanding, delicate, well-off, piano, diffused, unrestrained, diffuse, voiced, at ease, contented, flabby, unceremonious, flaccid, leisurely, well-fixed, flexible, cushy, balmy, breezy, lenient, relaxed, comfortable, well-to-do, indulgent, placid, informal, light, at one with, plain, tolerant, loose, lax, laid-back, prosperous, subdued, devil-may-care, low-pressure.
There is, as I have already had occasion to say, a certain easygoing absurdity in the habit we commonly have of talking of nations -" Germany," " France," " England," and so forth- as if they were simple and plainly responsible persons or individuals, when all the time we know perfectly well that they are more like huge whirlpools of humanity caused by the impact and collision of countless and often opposing currents flowing together from various directions. - "The Healing of Nations and the Hidden Sources of Their Strife", Edward Carpenter.
The Austrian ambassador was a good- natured, easygoing, and generous man; as for her husband he was not worthy of her, and she never saw him. - "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.
This display of opulence was misleading, for though he did a fairly good business it was known that his easygoing habits and the demands of his large family frequently kept him what Starkfield called " behind." - "Ethan Frome", Edith Wharton.