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time-poor

adjective
1.
lacking spare time or leisure time
2.
under pressure to complete activities quickly
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  • He spoke with pitying scorn of the money-clinking crowd who were too time-poor to enjoy the keenest delights that earth can offer.

    Heroes of To-Day Mary R. Parkman

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