It should be consumed freely, and should be indemnified against the criticism of a leisured elite.
What writers have to remember is that their precious novels are not read by leisured gentlemen, for two or three hours at a time, in the peace and quiet of a country-house library.
When the leisured classes took to skis, though, they did so first for amusement, then for sport.
Afternoon tea, eaten after a light lunch and before a larger mid-evening dinner, is considered an indicator of a leisured , comfortable existence.
Be this as it may, the study usefully foregrounds Wollstonecraft's critique of modern commercial society as well as the leisured elite.
Beach imagery, backyard barbecues, and sport also became symbolic of a leisured lifestyle, and were reinforced with the rise of international tourism.
But Scotland and Sunday can reveal that Pimm's, the drink most revered by England's leisured classes, is in fact made entirely in Scotland.
Here is a a more leisured pace of life and courteousness that are only a memory in the frantic bustle of Kuala Lumpur.
People in the pictures belonged to the leisured class at that time.
Monica enjoyed a privileged and leisured lifestyle, she did not have to work and had no children.