Definitions for "Leisurely"
Keywords:  hurried, easygoing, walk, pace, manner
Characterized by leisure; taking abundant time; not hurried; as, a leisurely manner; a leisurely walk.
In a leisurely manner.
not hurried or forced; "an easy walk around the block"; "at a leisurely (or easygoing) pace"
Those of us who live in "advanced" capitalist societies seem to possess a great deal of "leisure time," and we're obsessed with "leisure activities" - but only because we're so exhausted. As Sartre has the protagonist of Nausea observe, the seemingly leisurely Sunday crowd at the seashore has "only one day in which to smooth out their wrinkles, their crow's feet, the bitter lines made by a hard week's work." As Aristotle notes, because this kind of leisure [from the Latin for "being permitted"] is made necessary by work, although it can produce a feeling of relief, it's still a form of work. Only those activities which are desirable for their own sakes (e.g., the hearing and making of music and poetry, conversation with friends, contemplation), Aristotle insisted, can be described as "leisurely." See: FREE TIME, IDLENESS, OTIOSE.
in an unhurried way or at one's convenience; "read the manual at your leisure"; "he traveled leisurely"