How do I describe people who don't have enough time? Would "time-constrained" do? Is it even a word to begin with?
Unfortunately, she was time-constrained and let things slide.
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Time-constrained is a word but it is normally not used for people, it is used for abstract/intangible concepts like process, cycle, project etc. Some other options depending on the context/nuance: "had a limited time", "was tied-up", "was pressed for time" etc. - @ermanen
As some have mentioned in the comments, "she didn't have enough time" is perfectly fine and generic. If you want a word for it, then "time-constrained" is actually fine. Other alternatives are: