leisured

adjective lei·sured \ ˈlē-zhərd , ˈle- , ˈlā- \
Updated on: 9 Nov 2017

Definition of leisured

:having leisure :leisurely

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First Known Use of leisured

1631


LEISURED Defined for English Language Learners

leisured

adjective

Definition of leisured for English Language Learners

  • : not having to work : having leisure

  • : not hurried


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