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At one's convenience.‘wander at your leisure through the wide selection of shops’
at your convenience, when it suits you, in your own time, in your own good time, when you can fit it in, without need for haste, without haste, unhurriedly, without hurry, when you get round to it, when you want toView synonyms
- ‘Meanwhile, you can stop or start a comic book at your leisure.’
- ‘The island offers a treasure trove of beautiful ancient temples, stunning scenery and golden windswept beaches for discovery at your leisure.’
- ‘My methodology is extremely crude; I'm sure others can pick holes in it at their leisure.’
- ‘You meanwhile can stagger home at your leisure.’
- ‘Buying something online is fun because you can browse and pick and choose at your leisure, then have it delivered to your door.’
- ‘The site looks promising and we ask you to give it a try at your leisure.’
- ‘This enabled people to wander through at their leisure and view the school as a whole.’
- ‘But it seems to be the ideal country to tour at your leisure.’
- ‘Those who love to take a stroll can do so at their leisure in the city's famous Botanical Garden, which celebrates its 150th anniversary next month.’
- ‘While many seasoned walkers did the ten mile trek many others did the shorter 3 mile walk enjoying the scenery at their leisure.’
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