Definition of Eident
1. busy [adj] - See also: busy
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Literary usage of Eident
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hand-book of Chemistry by Leopold Gmelin, Henry Watts (1852)
"... then proposed and unanimously adopted :— Moved by Mr. BUTTON, seconded by Mr. MAITLAND, "That the thanks of the Meeting be given to the PBE- eiDENT, ..."
2. Scottish Song: Its Wealth, Wisdom, and Social Significance by John Stuart Blackie (1889)
"... be eident, bricht day will be gone; To stand idle by is a profitless sin, The mair that ye wark, aye the mair ye will win. The earth gathers fragrance ..."
3. The Leading Poets of Scotland: From Early Times by Walter Jenkinson Kaye (1891)
"[or^, a^e ffie mair will ye BE eident, be eident, fleet time rushes on, ... be eident, bricht day will be gone ; To stand idle by is a profitless sin : The ..."
4. Sir Walter Scott by Andrew Lang (1906)
"He was bidden to drink water only, and to abandon writing. So he notes, in a parody of Burns:— Dour, dour, and eident was he, ..."