leisured

[ lee-zherd, lezh-erd ]SEE DEFINITION OF leisured
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Now savages, as a rule, are all in the "leisured class," all sportsmen.

All must go together, to be sorted with leisured care subsequently.

Hither fled the timid for safety, and the leisured for learning.

My heart took on the gigantic, leisured stride of what had been.

Instead, I am supposed to belong to the leisured classes, and never have a moment.

And I'm a leisured dilettante compared to most of the others.

For, whether it be hot or cold, work has to be done by all save the leisured classes.

Fortunately, however, it is not the leisured and the cultured who have to pay.

Nails were worn long by members of the literary and leisured classes.

In the leisured classes there is often no real family life at all.

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