- n. uncountable, informal Time to oneself; a period spent relaxing on one's own.
“I accessed Vincent the other day to borrow his edit program, and he told me time travel's a bust.”
“You can't be said to have any worries if your fingernails are the center of your universe, and it gave me time to decompress.”
“His trigger phrase reflexed him into a soliloquy that gave me time to think.”
“We have sent for the Registrar and he will come as soon as he can," Hannah is pronouncing deliberately, while also pausing in a more intelligent manner than many of my clients to allow me time for my rendering.”
“All right, title till January first, that's four months-odd, secret to you, me and Casey, contracts next Tuesday — that gives me time to get my tax people here — the cash flow as you laid it out subject to … when's our meeting tomorrow?”
“It gives me time to light my cigar and watch the sailboats tack for home at the Devon Yacht Club.”
“Snuck out of the house long about eleven-thirty, give me time to get out there and meet my cousin.”
“Then there was a delay while the lorchas and their crews were taken in charge, and the commander went to make his report to his chief, and to Parkes — I didn't mind, since it gave me time to polish the tale I was going to tell — and it wasn't until the following morning that I was escorted through the English Garden to the office and residence of Harry Parkes, Esq.,”
“And off he went, this trusty tout, without even giving me time to thank him.”
“It gave me time to contemplate my own sins, none of which I cared to confess either to Father Gower or to Miss Grant.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘me time’.
things we don't need
Looking for tweets for me time.