spare-time

spare-time

adj
of or relating to the time during which one does not have to work
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Mrs A Wannop, landlady at the village inn opposite, had a spare-time job to keep her occupied - dusting all the animals.
As I offered to make it in my spare-time, I didn't really have anywhere else to do it."
pneumoniae infection were a significant risk factor for a cardiac event, independent of most traditional risk factors; however, some association with known risk factors was seen, including a positive association with smoking and an unexpected negative association with spare-time physical activity.
Investigators at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Mass., now report a heightened level of "everyday" creativity -- encompassing vocational and spare-time pursuits -- among people who undergo relatively mild mood swings as well as the healthy relatives of manic depressives.
AMONG the range of spare-time courses that still have places at Finham Park School in Green Lane, Coventry, are bridge, family history, flower arranging, embroidery and how to choose clothes with good colour and design.