at (one's) pleasure

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at (one's) pleasure

In the manner and timeframe that one wants. And if you don't like their work, you can fire them at your pleasure.
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at your/somebody’s ˈpleasure

(formal) as you want; as somebody else wants: The land can be sold at the owner’s pleasure.
See also: pleasure
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References in classic literature ?
But if you are convinced that one mustn't listen at doors, but one may murder old women at one's pleasure, you'd better be off to America and make haste.
With the product being distributed even through sari-sari stores or local neighbourhood stores, it enjoys popularity amongst consumers not just as a remedy for sore throat but also as a hard menthol candy which can be consumed at one's pleasure. The product likewise is available in several flavour variants, is affordably priced and can be bought even amongst peddlers, all of which contribute to its wide patronage amongst consumers.
It signifies, in fact, that sexuality is no longer rooted in anthropology; it means that sex is viewed as a simple role, interchangeable at one's pleasure.