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recreational

(rĕk′rē-ā′shə-nəl)
adj.
Of or relating to the occasional use of drugs for pleasure or intoxication.

rec′re·a′tion·al·ly adv.
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Subjects for this investigation were aerobically trained (n = 22) and recreationally active (n = 19) 18 - 25 year-old females.
The violence and hardship only increased demand for Tramadol, which Gazans who take it recreationally say takes their minds off their worries.
I still have plenty of therapy to do, but I'm hoping I can ride recreationally by April 1.
I was injured at 19 and played sport recreationally before that, but seeing the other guys training towards the Athens Games inspired me to become good enough to represent my country, too.
He discovered he enjoyed shooting recreationally, and liked the security of the concealed carry permit he had just acquired.
It is not a drug to be used recreationally - that term suggests it is a game.
"There are people who are addicted to drugs and people who take them recreationally.
"We like to swim recreationally and with two young children to teach we try and go as often as possible."
No doubt, it has been played recreationally worldwide for many years and in many different formats.
The consumption of whole, recreationally harvested scallops is not recommended.
The expansion of the school to accommodate two additional years has been proven architecturally, recreationally and financially viable.
It is understandable that young people will want to experiment with alcohol, something their parents are likely to be using recreationally any way.