from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Time during which one focuses on or dedicates oneself to a person or activity: "When you decide to turn on the TV, you decide ... not to spend quality time with your family” ( Steve Tschirhart).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Time spent by working parents with their children, especially time given over to productive or creative attention.
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Great, quality time with Crazie Kazie, and a personal escort from my dad…and Andie, Avery thought, cringing.
Ever since Mae and Jamie had returned from what Annabel thought was a cry-for-help mission of mad truancy to London, Annabel had been trying to spend quality time with them.
If I took them home it would be at least an hour before I got back to Debs, and in addition we would lose our precious Saturday quality time together.
My dad won Christmas break this year, so he and my mom decided to give me a bonus week of winter break to spend quality time here in the Great North Woods with Dad.
I’m only a full-on Perc or Oxy junkie for special occasions, like quality time with Laura, or after suicides and during funerals.
His plan was to spend some quality time with the guards, whose inattention had allowed Gordie Ballew to commit suicide.