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adjective as in active, on the go

adjective as in nosy, impertinent

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Example Sentences

And the cameras on the busier streets would show hundreds of people going past.

On busier roads, elderly, scarved women sat by piles of potatoes and onions hoping forlornly for a sale.

In edging past that mark, the latest PMI suggests that Chinese factories are getting busier, but only just.

And its employees are likely to be busier in the coming months.

Nevertheless, Daum eventually got antsy for something slightly busier.

Never was there a busier existence, or one apparently more evenly occupied.

But the islands had drawn closer since morning and the birds seemed busier than usual and more clamorous.

It was observed on the eve preceding the 1st November, when witches were supposed to be busier than usual.

We were busier than usual that night, reckoning stores, tidying lockers, and securing movables.

No tire-woman on the plantation was busier than Patty during the first few days of his stay.


On this page you'll find 86 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to busier, such as: active, unavailable, working, occupied, engaged, and engrossed.

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