adjective, bus·i·er, bus·i·est.
verb (used with object), bus·ied, bus·y·ing.
Origin of busy
SYNONYMS FOR busy
Examples from the Web for busier
And the cameras on the busier streets would show hundreds of people going past.
On busier roads, elderly, scarved women sat by piles of potatoes and onions hoping forlornly for a sale.As the Key Battle Looms, a Report from Ukraine's Front Lines|Jamie Dettmer|August 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And its employees are likely to be busier in the coming months.
The first of these ran through a section purely rural, but there was not a busier 500 miles of single track in the East.The Modern Railroad|Edward Hungerford
"Widders an' old maids, they're busier than the divil in a gale o' wind," grumbled the captain.Strangers and Wayfarers|Sarah Orne Jewett
They swung their hammers and chattered away at the same time, the busier the merrier; they were never idle or tired of their work.Fairy Tales from the German Forests|Margaret Arndt
The busier chickadees and creepers searched the twigs and trunks, interpolating occasional remarks.The Rules of the Game|Stewart Edward White
For eight months or so Remington Solander was busier than he had ever been in his life.Solander's Radio Tomb|Ellis Parker Butler
British Dictionary definitions for busier
adjective busier or busiest
verb busies, busying or busied
Derived Formsbusyness, noun
Word Origin for busy
Idioms and Phrases with busier
In addition to the idioms beginning with busy
- busy as a beaver
- busy work
- get busy