Definition of flânerie in English:

flânerie

Line breaks: flân|erie
Pronunciation: /flanˈriː
 
, flanʀi/

noun

[mass noun]
Aimless idle behaviour.
More example sentences
  • The figure who comes to mind when I read this is Benjamin's flâneur; and, though Chakrabarty doesn't explore the correspondence between flânerie and adda, the resemblances are striking.

Origin

French, from flâner 'saunter, lounge'.

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