The nightmarket here is very busy/hectic/frantic.


The nightmarket here is very busy/hectic/frantic.

Here we have nightmarkets almost everywhere, and they are always husle-bustling with people and traffic. So, is it right to use all the three words between slashes to describe them? Are the three words about the same in the context? Thanks.
  • Matching Mole

    Senior Member
    England, English
    It's right to use any of those words in that they are all adjectives. As to meaning, is there anything about the dictionary definitions that you are having difficulty with? It's said that there are no precise synonyms; each has it's own peculiar qualities. The three words describe similar qualities, but only the speaker can decide which fits the description the most precisely.
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