Funemployment vs Funemployed - What's the difference?

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Funemployment is a related term of funemployed.


As a noun funemployment

is a period of unemployment spent pursuing recreational activities or hobbies.

As an adjective funemployed is

(neologism) a state of enjoyable unemployment.

funemployment

English

Noun

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  • A period of unemployment spent pursuing recreational activities or hobbies.
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  • Aubrey Howell, who'd tweeted about funemployment shortly after being laid off as the manager of a Nashville tea shop in 2009, and was featured in a Los Angeles Times story soon afterward, told me half a year later that she initially saw the layoff as an opportunity to clear her head, refocus, and "go after what I'm really passionate about" — music and graphic design.

    funemployed

    English

    Adjective

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  • (neologism) A state of enjoyable unemployment.
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