Definition of leisured in English:

leisured

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Pronunciation: /ˈlɛʒəd
 
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adjective

1Having ample leisure, especially through being rich: the leisured classes
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  • Is this a Utopian vision of the leisured society of the future, as liberated by technology?
  • When the leisured classes took to skis, though, they did so first for amusement, then for sport.
  • In the beginning they came from the leisured class of doctors, clergymen, and the landed gentry.
1.1Leisurely: the leisured life of his college
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  • To forgo the leisured lifestyle, to abstain from epicurean pleasures of over-indulgence, is no mean task.
  • Even with my leisured lifestyle, I don't think I can spare the extra time to scan, argue, and answer.
  • Beach imagery, backyard barbecues, and sport also became symbolic of a leisured lifestyle, and were reinforced with the rise of international tourism.

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