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  • adj.engaged, at work
  • adj.active, on the go
  • adj.nosy, impertinent

synonyms for busiest

  • active
  • unavailable
  • working
  • buried
  • employed
  • engaged
  • engrossed
  • hustling
  • occupied
  • overloaded
  • persevering
  • slaving
  • snowed
  • swamped
  • already taken
  • assiduous
  • at it
  • diligent
  • having a full plate
  • having enough on one's plate
  • having fish to fry
  • having many irons in the fire
  • in a meeting
  • in conference
  • in someone else's possession
  • in the field
  • in the laboratory
  • industrious
  • on assignment
  • on duty
  • on the go
  • tied up
  • up to one's ears
  • with a customer
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antonyms for busiest

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  • idle
  • inactive
  • unoccupied
  • lazy
  • quiet
  • unemployed
  • unengaged
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How to use busiest in a sentence

On one side of the square stands Charing Cross, the busiest spot in London.
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And the subsequent thirty-five years were the busiest, the most arduous, and the most fruitful of his long and eventful career.
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The girls came upon the old woman in one of her busiest moments.
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Two days before Moscow had been one of the busiest cities in the world.
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The months that followed were the busiest, I think, of my life.
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It took up both his hands to carry it; and he had to pass through the busiest part of the town for feminine shopping.
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That Monday was one of the busiest days he had ever spent in all the twenty-seven years of his life.
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Coquenil had certainly chosen the busiest end of Paris for his meeting with Papa Tignol.
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Pack horses were superseded by huge wagons on the busiest roads early in the eighteenth century.
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Is exactly what he was saying out loud, on one of the busiest streets in San Jose.
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