What is the opposite of dogged?

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Opposite of having or showing tenacity and grim persistence
Opposite of sticking unreasonably to an opinion, purpose, or course of action
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Opposite of having or displaying resolve
“I have my doubts that you are going to succeed because you seem like a very weak-willed person.”
Opposite of refusing to change one's position, attitude or opinion
“Ian was very giving in sharing his toys with his best friend, Sarah.”
Opposite of stubborn or persistent
Opposite of making continual and persistent demands
Opposite of extremely persistent and untiring
Opposite of not yielding in strength, severity, or determination
Opposite of passionately motivated to achieve one's goals
“Steven was mostly apathetic when it came to working towards his stated goals.”
(of a person) Opposite of tending to work with diligence and commitment
“They may see themselves as stupid or lazy, rather than as capable in some areas and struggling in others.”
Opposite of continuing over a (usually extended) period of time
“The company's financial problems were just a temporary blip.”
Opposite of exhibiting passion and enthusiasm
“The author's works were mediocre and could only attract an apathetic readership.”
Opposite of to be continuously haunted or possessed by something, especially negative emotions, ideas or desires
“She was an incredibly strong woman, untroubled by the common stresses and anxieties associated with nursing.”
Opposite of requiring effort or labor
“From there, it is a straightforward, if steep, scramble on a scree-covered footpath all the way to the summit.”
Opposite of determined or passionate in interests or endeavors
“Julia had set many goals for herself but appeared indifferent when it came to achieving them.”
Opposite of spitefully or furiously angry
Opposite of indefatigable, untiring and not yielding to fatigue
Opposite of past tense for to pursue with an intent to catch
“Gunther would lead them on a wild goose chase.”
Opposite of past tense for to be (constantly) subjected to something unpleasant
“I hope to God that he will bless me with sunny weather on my wedding day.”
Opposite of past tense for to subject (someone) to constant scoldings or harassment
“Can you just leave in peace, the boy who is sitting next to you?”
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