free-and-easy definition

  • adjective:
    • unconventional; unrestrained; despite formalities.
    • unconstrained and casual. Opposite of stiff, starchy, formal.
    • lacking typical concern for propriety.
    • natural and unstudied
  • noun:
    • a kind of club held in public homes, where the people satisfy to take in, smoke, sing, etc.

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