free and easy

adjective

Definition of free and easy

  1. 1 :  marked by informality and lack of constraint the free and easy, open-air life of the plains — Allan Murray

  2. 2 :  not observant of strict demands too free and easy in accepting political contributions

free–and–easiness

play \ˌfrē-ən(d)-ˈē-zē-nəs\ noun

free and easy

adverb

1695

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1695

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