at leisure

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at leisure

1. When one has the time to do something. In this usage, a possessive pronoun is used between "at" and "leisure." No rush, you can fill out that paperwork at your leisure
2. In a relaxed manner. I like to spend my weekends reading at leisure.
3. With free time; unoccupied. I just graduated from college—can't I spend some time at leisure?
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at leisure

 and at one's leisure
at one's convenience. Choose one or the other at your leisure. Please drop by at your leisure.
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at (your) leisure

when you want to or are not busy at your convenience Make a video of the program and then you can watch it at your leisure. Understanding what must be done now and what can be done at leisure is an important skill to learn.
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at leisure

1. Slowly, without haste, as in the famous 16th-century proverb, Marry in haste and repent at leisure.
2. Unemployed, having free time, as in I'm not looking for another job right now; I want to be at leisure for at least a few months . This usage has become less common but is still heard. [1300s] Also see at one's leisure.
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at (one's) leisure

When one has free time; at one's convenience: I'll return the call at my leisure.
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References in classic literature ?
You go there, enter the great door, get a bow graduated to your style and clothes from the gorgeous portier, and a bath ticket and an insult from the frowsy woman for a quarter; she strikes a bell and a serving-man conducts you down a long hall and shuts you into a commodious room which has a washstand, a mirror, a bootjack, and a sofa in it, and there you undress at your leisure.