rustle

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Synonyms for rustle

Synonyms for rustle

a light noise, like the noise of silk clothing or leaves blowing in the wind

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make a dry crackling sound

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forage food

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After Gretchen Wenner, a writer at The Californian, rustled up some logo pens (not always an easy find in today's newsrooms), Russek sent her a thank-you postcard with a German Easter bunny on it.
ON a day when a gusting wind played tricks on the world's finest tennis players, Andy Murray rustled up something of a whirlwind of his own.
Among projects reported in the Gazette are a healthy eating cookbook for everyone to enjoy, rustled up by Grace Isaac Obed a volunteer in the Parkfield/ Mill Lane area.
They've rustled up a cast of thousands (well almost), a cow with a wooden leg, but one thing on the list of props needed for the Huddersfield Thespians next show has them stumped.
But you'd think they could have rustled up a Big Brother contestant at least.