Definition of free and easy in English:

free and easy

Informal and relaxed.
More example sentences
  • It was a lovely life back then, so free and easy.
  • In fact, although Americans tell me how much things have tightened up, compared to Britain everything seemed remarkably free and easy.
  • A lot of male friendships are built on both parties being free and easy and never having to contribute more than companionship in the pursuit of pleasure and the loan of a ton until payday.
Synonyms
easygoing, relaxed, casual, informal, unceremonious, unforced, natural, open, spontaneous, uninhibited, friendly; tolerant, liberal
informal laid-back
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