unbusy

adjective
un·​busy | \ ˌən-ˈbi-zē \

Definition of unbusy

: not engaged in or characterized by activity : not busy an unbusy afternoon unbusy roads an unbusy schedule

First Known Use of unbusy

1731, in the meaning defined above

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