unbusy

unbusy

(ʌnˈbɪzɪ)
adj, -busier or -busiest
not busy; idle; unoccupied
vb (tr) -busies, -busying or -busied
to make less busy; to cause not to be busy
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Instead of being frazzled with endless Christmas gift shopping and wrapping, we were always unbusy enough to plan for a live Nativity tableau on Christmas.
The 30-second clip opens with Clarkson on a Segway inside a Surrey country house, saying: "Back in the spring, as you probably remember, I suddenly became unbusy," referring to when he was sacked by the BBC following a "fracas" with a Top Gear producer.
The 30-second ad opens with the 55-year-old on a Segway inside a country house, saying: "Back in the spring, as you probably remember, I suddenly became unbusy," referring to when he was sacked by the BBC.
HE no doubt thought HE was among the nation's safest driver as he trundled along the middle lane of the motorway in his shiny hatchback a touch under the 70mph speed limit on a road on a day that was clear and a road that was relatively unbusy.
The camp is five minutes' drive down a narrow lane from a noticeably unbusy B road.
Slugs leave their lair-- And I, the while, the sole unbusy thing, Nor honey make, nor pair, nor build, nor sing.
Morrison has said that although the writing of her first novel followed a period of depression, "the words `lonely, depressed, melancholy'" do not describe her state of mind while working; rather, she says, writing comes during "an unbusy state, when I am more aware of myself than of others" (p.
Panagiotakis usually seems so phenomenally unbusy, why his real job seems to be to stand in various parts of the Nadir and try to look vaguely presidential, which he would except for his habit of wearing sunglasses inside, which makes him look more like a Third world strongman.
A half-mile farther is the turnoff for Kirkwood Resort, unbusy and relaxed this time of year.