The Moravians were an industrious, inventive, highly organized, devout people who valued education for all.
Some industrious Chelyabinsk citizen has already offered to sell a piece of the meteor for a souvenir.
Empire, Rhodes seemed to think, was just the honest result of industrious work.
Now, it seems the industrious couple is using their ingenuity to capitalize on the upcoming nuptials.
The Stakhanovite people of Fox are America's most industrious!
Your appearance, too, shows that you have been industrious and economical, all of which pleases me very much.
Faith I am as poor as a chymist, and would be as industrious.
The peasant woman is industrious, engaged in some useful employment about the house or in the field.
The Albanians are "enterprising and industrious," says Miss Durham.
Don Saturnino was a silent young man with a violent disposition, even cruel at times, yet he was energetic and industrious.
"characterized by energy, effort, and attention," 1520s (implied in industriously), from Middle French industrieux and directly from Late Latin industriosus, from Latin industria (see industry). Retains the etymological sense. Related: Industriousness.