Wednesday, March 18, 2009


Main Entry:
Inflected Form(s):
busi·er; busi·est
Middle English bisy, from Old English bisig; akin to Middle Dutch & Middle Low German besich busy
before 12th century

1 a: engaged in action : occupied b: being in use, found the telephone busy
2: full of activity : bustling, a busy seaport
3: foolishly or intrusively active : meddling
4: full of distracting detail, a busy design

\ˈbi-zə-lē\ adverb
— busy·ness
\ˈbi-zē-nəs\ noun
synonyms busy , industrious , diligent , assiduous , sedulous mean actively engaged or occupied. busy chiefly stresses activity as opposed to idleness or leisure, too busy to spend time with the children. industrious implies characteristic or habitual devotion to work,industrious employees. diligent suggests earnest application to some specific object or pursuit,very diligent in her pursuit of a degree. assiduous stresses careful and unremitting application, assiduous practice. sedulous implies painstaking and persevering application, a sedulous investigation of the murder.

i have basically been busy...
that's why my creative blogs have been lacking.
more to come.

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