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A portmanteau of occupation and piety, it is meant to impute an attitude of virtue in conjunction with protest and occupation. This is relevant to the global Occupy Wall Street movement. Piety literally means devotion and/or goodness in action. A valued virtue from ancient Rome, one with pietas respects his role and duty as a part of a greater whole of society. Occupiety thus means virtuous occupation or protest.

Source: Lake Cop (Wordpress)
Man those Tibetan Monks are sure showing a lot of occupiety.

When the vicar of St. Paul's Cathedral told the police not to block the steps from the public, it was very occupious.
by Lake Cop October 18, 2011
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