Because the Lord Warden is busily employed
at times in fobbing his perquisites; which are his chiefly by virtue of that same fobbing of them.
I was busily employed
, and doing what, do you suppose?
She afterwards continued her work, whilst the young man went into the garden and appeared busily employed
in digging and pulling up roots.
Bounderby threw on his hat - he always threw it on, as expressing a man who had been far too busily employed
in making himself, to acquire any fashion of wearing his hat - and with his hands in his pockets, sauntered out into the hall.
Elinor sat down to her drawing-table as soon as he was out of the house, busily employed
herself the whole day, neither sought nor avoided the mention of his name, appeared to interest herself almost as much as ever in the general concerns of the family, and if, by this conduct, she did not lessen her own grief, it was at least prevented from unnecessary increase, and her mother and sisters were spared much solicitude on her account.
She was so busily employed
in arranging the pillows that Nicholas could not see her face, but as she stooped he thought he saw a tear fall.
By this time we had come up to the Gardener, who was standing on one leg, as usual, and busily employed
in watering a bed of flowers with an empty watering-can.
For a day or two we were busily employed
in unpacking and laying out our property to the best advantage.
Suppose that the almanack is wrong," suggested Sir Henry to Good, who was busily employed
in working out something on a blank page of the book.
It was in the yard of one of these inns--of no less celebrated a one than the White Hart--that a man was busily employed
in brushing the dirt off a pair of boots, early on the morning succeeding the events narrated in the last chapter.
He began to dig again, driving his spade deep into the rich black garden soil while the robin hopped about very busily employed
We were busily employed
in building this fort, until the fourteenth day of June following, without any farther opposition from the Indians; and having finished the works, I returned to my family, on Clench.