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
Hallucinogens are relatively harmless substances, whether used recreationally,
  spiritually or medicinally.
Cigar and pipe aficionados tend to smoke recreationally, where cigarette
  smokers do so habitually.
If you are recreationally fishing for finfish, you need to register.
Mangrove habitat serves as a valuable nursery for a variety of recreationally
  and commercially important marine species.
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