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leisurely

lee zer lee

  • s  not hurried or forced
    at a leisurely (or easygoing) pace
  • r  in an unhurried way or at one's convenience
    he traveled leisurely

  • Most of the 600 French, West German and Belgian tourists at Los Alfaques (the Sandbars) campsite were eating a leisurely sitdown lunch in front of their tents and trailers or at .
  • Read on for 10 things worth (leisurely) cramming into a day.
  • The result is a colorful glimpse of rural Serbian culture, with its patrimonial society, strong family loyalties, female subservience, slow, leisurely discourse.
News & Articles

  • Red Bank Regional ring, lost for 40 years, traced to Conn. woman
    EATONTOWN — When Cleverson Anderson bought a used metal detector at a garage sale in Freehold several weeks ago, he imagined a leisurely hobby that might turn up a few dollars in change here and there.
    June 15, 2013 - Asbury Park Press
  • Camping for Change
    After a leisurely hike, you stand on a peak and scan the majestic horizon, your breathing slightly labored and the crisp mountain air cooling your heated skin. But among the sagebrush and desert landscape, your eyes focus on a flat, black plain that harshly breaks the desert terrain.
    June 14, 2013 - Salt Lake City Weekly
  • Activists hope experiencing nature at planned tar-sands areas will motivate Utahns to take a stand
    POSTED // Jun 14,2013 - After a leisurely hike, you stand on a peak and scan the majestic horizon, your breathing slightly labored and the crisp mountain air cooling your heated skin.
    June 14, 2013 - Salt Lake City Weekly
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in Los Angeles Times
    When asked about the apparent Sarkozy "snub," Obama said the roughly four hours he could allot to the French leader meant only that he had "a very tough schedule." "I would love nothing more than to have a leisurely week in Paris, stroll down...
  • John McCain in Newser
    With the Republicans in the 30-lawmaker contingent urging an immediate surge, "time is not on our side," McCain said, adding, "This should not be a leisurely process."
  • Julie Bishop in Fairfield Champion
    The Rudd government has set a very leisurely schedule for the Senate for the first half of the year,Ms Bishop told reporters in Canberra. "There are in fact only 10 Senate sitting days between now and Easter and if there is to be a Senate...

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