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leisure (s) (noun), leisures (pl)
1. Freedom to choose a pastime or enjoyable activity: In Jeanette's leisure, she prefers to read a book rather than to watch TV.
2. Time available for ease and relaxation: For an hour after school, Kitty has the leisure to go to the playground with her friends.
3. The duration during which someone has no obligations or work responsibilities, and therefore, is free to engage in enjoyable activities: After a heavy day of responsibility at work, Susan enjoys the leisure of playing games with her children.
4. Etymology: from Latin licere, "to be permitted, to be allowed".

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(Latin: leisure, at leisure; at ease; idle)