Variant of leisure
Origin: Middle English leiser from Old French leisir, substantive use of infinitive , to be permitted from Classical Latin licere from Indo-European base an unverified form leik-, to offer for sale, bargain
- free and unoccupied; spare: leisure time
- having much leisure; not working for a living: the leisure class
- done or used during one's leisure: leisure activities, leisure wear
- leisured adjective
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