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  • adj. comparative form of busy: more busy

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Examples

  • The "Neighborhood Markets" will sell food and produce in busier areas, which were previously thought to be too congested for a Wal-Mart.

    Chicago Wal-Mart: 24 Stores Expected, Along With 'Neighborhood Markets'

  • As it turns out, my mom's PC only have 512MB RAM; so while the game is playable, there is a lot of lag in busier areas.

    REVIEW: World of Warcraft

  • We'll be busier, which is wonderful, but I hope the wildlife is looked after.

    A working life: the lock keeper

  • And people trying to do harm see it as a real chance for maximum impact as flights are much busier, which is clearly not settling news for people trying to travel over the next few days.

    CNN Transcript Dec 25, 2009

  • The nearer Christmas came the busier were the workshops; and while usually there was no noise, they now resounded with Christmas songs, among which:

    The Story of My Life

  • The nearer Christmas came the busier were the workshops; and while usually there was no noise, they now resounded with

    The Story of My Life — Complete

  • Our scouting department just got a little busier, which is a good thing.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • "Quite honestly, we are getting busier and busier, which is not a good thing when we are getting less and less funding," Schamberger said.

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  • My son is "busier" than I was at his age, but seems to flit from one commitment or activity to another.

    Youth Sports

  • The road was much clearer after that, but we observed NY/NJ drivers are a lot "busier" than those down South.

    The best laid plans ...

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