I came upon this Yahoo! Answers question, which asks:

What 10 letter word means have lots of time?

The "best answer" (five stars!) was plentiful, a nine-letter word that doesn't really have anything to do with time.

So now I'm curious... anything?

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    – dcaswell
    Sep 8, 2013 at 15:29
  • How about "lotsoftime"?
    – iterums
    Sep 8, 2013 at 15:44
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    perhaps a little tongue-in-cheek but: unemployed
    – Jim
    Sep 8, 2013 at 17:15

4 Answers 4


Leisureful. It is likely to be absent from all but unabridged dictionaries because it is no longer used.


Had to change my original answer.
I got it totally wrong.


meaning: lasting lots of time (not quite what you were looking for but it's an improvement)


I think eternities, “Plural form of eternity”, (where eternity means an infinite time) might be the best choice for a noun, and commodious, “Spacious and convenient; roomy and comfortable”, might serve as an adjective. Also consider unabridged, “Not abridged, shortened, expurgated or condensed; complete”. At a stretch, unseasoned (without season) might work.


Perhaps @Jim 's answer was just as serious as jocular: I thought of unoccupied which is, in my opinion, quite similar to unemployed.

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