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free and easy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfree and easyfree and easyRELAXEDrelaxed, friendly, and without many rules I knew that life wasn’t going to be so free and easy now. the free and easy atmosphere of university life free
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free and easyThe time they shared became special now, where before they had been free and easy.Cousin Noreen was arriving on Sunday and life wasn't going to be so free and easy after that.Their relationship is not free and easy but at least Red is no longer looking daggers at her.Robyn remembered his free and easy hand as he had poured her wine.a free and easy lifestyleA free and easy smile, but lop-sided because her face was still puffy from Garty's beating.In this free and easy style, I accustomed myself to the rhythms of school life.Gone was the free and easy time of three meals a day and as many hot drinks as we liked.It was as if they were indeed from another world: a happy world, a free and easy world.
free and easyˌfree and ˈeasy (also free-and-easy British English) adjective  very informal and relaxed the free-and-easy atmosphere of the local pub
Examples from the Corpus
free and easyThe time they shared became special now, where before they had been free and easy.Cousin Noreen was arriving on Sunday and life wasn't going to be so free and easy after that.In this free and easy style, I accustomed myself to the rhythms of school life.Gone was the free and easy time of three meals a day and as many hot drinks as we liked.It was as if they were indeed from another world: a happy world, a free and easy world.
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