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What is the opposite of rigorous?

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Opposite of extremely thorough, accurate and careful
“After a cursory examination, the Commission told the independents late in February that it was doing nothing.”
Adjective
Opposite of requiring, or involving, great mental or physical effort
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“A fairly undemanding climb from Jelacic Plac takes one up the hill to a tangle of old lanes and a high vantage from which to look out over the lower city.”
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Opposite of strict or exacting in standards
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“At present, high scores across the board are achieved through ridiculously lenient marking standards.”
Adjective
(of weather or climate) Opposite of stormy or tempestuous
“Even in calm conditions, ice fog can form over the runway in extreme cold.”
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Opposite of diligent in performing a process or procedure
Adjective
Opposite of hard-working, diligent or regular (in attendance or work)
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Opposite of not easy to please or satisfy
“She decided to stick with her job because she liked her agreeable boss.”
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Opposite of consisting of matter all through
“Most of these applications use nitrogen in liquid form as a refrigerant.”
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Opposite of done in a systematic way, using experiments or tests
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Opposite of that cannot be changed or altered
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Opposite of providing a faithful representation of someone or something
“One immediate point about this passage is that it is a wildly inaccurate rendition of Cyprian's original.”
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Opposite of of or according to the rules of logic or formal argument
“She gave me a wild and incoherent explanation about habitation on the planet Mars.”
Adjective
Opposite of being alert or on top of things by paying close attention
“Some studies showed that refined sugar and food additives made children hyperactive and inattentive.”
Adjective
Opposite of characterized by severe self-discipline and abstention from all forms of indulgence
“With his love of good food, whisky, and cigars, Wingate enjoyed a sybaritic lifestyle to the full.”
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Opposite of causing physical fatigue and exhaustion
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