occupied[ ok-yuh-pahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF occupied
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OCCUPIED
Another subject attracted her attention and occupied some share of her thoughts.
As she spoke, Milza, who was occupied in the next apartment, sneezed aloud.
Between them, his days and nights were occupied to crowding.
Harbour improvements have occupied much of the attention of Government.
The Jews have crossed the river Jordan and have occupied Palestine.
By the way, the seat which he occupied was another of Mr. Roberts' peculiarities.
Sidney and she, living in the world of the Street, occupied different spheres.
Dixon had a cottage there, which he occupied with his wife, and Allis was to stop with them.
Hubert was occupied the whole forenoon in cleaning the front of the old building.
Several of the shelves were occupied by specimens of entomology.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OCCUPIED
- all wound up
- caught up
- caught up in
- fiend for
- head over heels
- heavily into
- hung up
- really into
- taken up with
- tied up
- turned on
- up to here in
- wrapped up
- eat sleep and breathe
- on the case