leisure

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Synonyms for leisure

at your leisure

Synonyms

  • in your own (good) time
  • in due course
  • at your convenience
  • unhurriedly
  • when it suits you
  • without hurry
  • at an unhurried pace
  • when you get round to it

Synonyms for leisure

freedom from labor, responsibility, or strain

Synonyms for leisure

time available for ease and relaxation

freedom to choose a pastime or enjoyable activity

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People who can plan their journeys months in advance because they're ladies and gentlemen of leisure.
Ford also advices wealthy gentlemen of leisure to get a job.
Gathered around the breakfast table, the landlady bustling in and out, these gentlemen of leisure hold forth on Ortega y Gasset's notion of "man and his circumstance" and discuss the economic crisis, bridge construction, climate change, antimatter, and the "seven mosquitoes of the apocalypse.
THE Wye Valley is packed with interesting places to see in the rapidly approaching summer holidays and has been a popular tourist destination since the 18th Century, when artists, poets and well-to-do gentlemen of leisure flocked to experience the Wye Tour.
but many in this profession like to pretend that they're gentlemen of leisure talking idly amongst themselves in their gentlemen's clubs, when the truth is that they're not toffs, they're tradespeople.