busy[ biz-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF busy
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In these solitary tours he was busy and happy, working and playing.
Plato perceived that the contemplative maiden was busy with memories of the past.
He was busy almost half an hour, while Uncle Peter smoked in silence.
All busy preparing for a start for the Head of the Bight to-morrow.
There is a look of industrious nothingness about him, such as busy dogs have.
Both sexes, and all ages, are busy at all times in the mysteries of the gaming-table.
They only thought a lawyer could help them--but I'm far too busy--of course I decline.
He watched the face of the other keenly, but the old man was busy filling his pipe.
For her part, she was busy and could not spare time to gossip.
From that day for nearly a fortnight there were busy doings in the house.
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