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a rapid active commotion

a framework worn at the back below the waist for giving fullness to a woman's skirt

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move or cause to move energetically or busily

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Martins looks quick and is a bustler but what's his record?
In the summer Coventry manager Gordon Strachan signed two Moroccan midfielders - Youssef Chippo, a hustler and bustler of a style we are already familiar with, and Mustapha Hadji, who can either dribble half the length of the field with the ball at his feet or span it with a single pass, a combination of skills with which he unravelled Scotland's defence in last summer's World Cup finals.
Hordes of scouts have been tracking the talented bustler after an impressive second season in the Walsall first team.
It was the big bustler who snatched a dramatic 1-13 to 2-10 draw for Kevin Lynch's, Dungiven in the AIB Ulster Club Hurling final at Casement Park against red hot favourites Cushendall
It was the big bustler who snatched a dramatic 1-11 to 2-7 draw for Dungiven in the AIB Ulster Club Hurling final, at Casement Park, against red hot favourites Cushendall
Murphy's engine may not satisfy O'Dwyer's high demands of fitness but he's a bustler, he's a strong man and he has a great pair of hands.
Two Portsmouth-based tugs, Bustler and Powerful, eased the mighty vessel away from the jetty at North West Wall and into the main harbour.
On a Saturday afternoon, when most shopping centers overflow with hustlers and bustlers jostling for bargains, you'll likely find more plants than people in the halls of the Bedford Mall.
Auburn Street they come, hells bells, the hustlers, / bustlers, errant lovers, shopping bags in tow, a woman in a full-length gray parka and a tam, / a jogger, nonplussed, in red shorts, a harried businessman, sputtering, howling.