recreational

[rek-ree-ey-shuh-nl]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to recreation: recreational facilities in the park.
2.
(of a drug or medication) used for recreation and enjoyment rather than to treat a medical condition: recreational drugs such as marijuana and alcohol.

recreationally, adverb
multirecreational, adjective
unrecreational, adjective
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recreational (ˌrɛkrɪˈeɪʃənəl)
 
adj
1.  of, relating to, or used for recreation: recreational facilities
2.  (of a drug) taken for pleasure rather than for medical reasons or because of an addiction

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Example sentences
We usually think of art as essentially a recreational activity: as something
  that stands apart from the serious business of life.
But, historians and humanists also have a role to play in understanding natural
  and recreational sites that appeal to tourists.
These scholars get together occasionally and partake in a recreational way of
  the pleasures of mathematics.
Commuting to the place of work, taking family members to school and
  recreational activities or from sales call to sales call.
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