leisure time


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Noun1.leisure time - time available for ease and relaxationleisure time - time available for ease and relaxation; "his job left him little leisure"
free time, spare time - time that is free from duties or responsibilities
time off - a time period when you are not required to work; "he requested time off to attend his grandmother's funeral"
holiday, vacation - leisure time away from work devoted to rest or pleasure; "we get two weeks of vacation every summer"; "we took a short holiday in Puerto Rico"
playday, playtime - time for play or diversion
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I was not old enough to work in the field, and there being little else than field work to do, I had a great deal of leisure time.
I promised, if you could not find leisure time to visit us to-day, to write and tell you all that happened after you left us.
It is a question, perhaps, whether all this leisure time was given to the child as a relief to Pollyanna from work--or as a relief to Aunt Polly from Pollyanna.
He was to superintend the instruction of two young ladies in the art of painting in water-colours; and he was to devote his leisure time, afterwards, to the business of repairing and mounting a valuable collection of drawings, which had been suffered to fall into a condition of total neglect.
I was brought up in the country, and my father in his leisure time was something of a poacher.
In this house, and with this family, I passed my leisure time.
It takes all my leisure time to mend my gloves and refresh my dresses," answered Belle.
This narrative is from the pen of Monsieur Maleine, the Registrar, who, like the examining magistrate, had spent some of his leisure time in the pursuit of literature.
5% of children and young people take part in positive activities in their leisure time.
I WAS interested to see Valerie O'Sullivan had help from Leisure time as this was far from my experience.
Workers with physically demanding jobs still need to exercise in their leisure time to reduce the risk of heart disease.
I myself do not believe that, considered as a whole, workers' use of leisure time changed substantially during the 1920's.