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Riley British & World English

A luxurious or carefree existence

Riley, Bridget British & World English

(B.1931), English painter; full name Bridget Louise Riley. A leading exponent of op art, she worked with flat patterns to create optical illusions of light and movement. Notable paintings: Fall (1963)

Riley, James Whitcomb British & World English

(1849–1916), US poet; pen name Benj. F. Johnson, of Boone. Known as the common people’s poet, especially in Indiana, his most popular poems included “Little Orphant Annie” (1885), “The Raggedy Man” (1890), and “When the Frost Is on the Punkin” (1896)

Riley B. King in King, B. B. British & World English

(B.1925), American blues singer and guitarist; born Riley B. King. An established blues performer, he came to the notice of a wider audience in the late 1960s, when his style of guitar playing was imitated by rock musicians

Bridget Louise Riley in Riley, Bridget British & World English

(B.1931), English painter; full name Bridget Louise Riley. A leading exponent of op art, she worked with flat patterns to create optical illusions of light and movement. Notable paintings: Fall (1963)

Riley English-Spanish

to live the life of Riley

to live the life of Riley in life English-Spanish

darse* la gran vida, vivir a cuerpo de rey