leisure (U.S. also)
a time or opportunity for ease, relaxation, etc.
b (as modifier)
a having free time for ease, relaxation, etc.
b not occupied or engaged
at one's leisure when one has free time (C14: from Old French leisir; ultimately from Latin licere to be allowed)
n a building designed to provide facilities for a range of leisure pursuits, such as a sports hall, café, and meeting rooms
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