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Definition of Bustling

Bustling
Bustling Bus"tling (b[u^]s"sl[i^]ng), a. Agitated; noisy; tumultuous; characterized by confused activity; as, a bustling crowd. ``A bustling wharf.' --Hawthorne.

Meaning of Bustling from wikipedia

- A bustle is a padded undergarment or wire frame used to add fullness, or support the drapery, at the back of women's dresses in the mid-to-late 19th century...
- Look up bustle in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. In English, bustle usually refers to a type of framework used to expand the fullness or support the...
- The Native American bustle is a traditional part of a man's regalia worn during a dance exhibition or wachipi (pow wow) and originates from the Plains...
- Bustle is an online American women's magazine founded in August 2013 by Bryan Goldberg. It positions news and politics alongside articles about beauty...
- A bustle rack is a type of storage bin mounted on combat vehicles, usually on the sides and/or rear of the turret. These racks are used to carry extra...
- Cookie's Bustle: Mysterious Bombo World is a 1999 ****anese point-and-click adventure game created by Keisuke Harigai and published by Rodik on Windows...
- SD Bustler was a twin tractor unit tug operated by Serco Marine Services in support of the United Kingdom's Naval Service. The ship was formerly operated...
- Rickey Norman Bustle (born August 23, 1953) is an American football coach and former player. He is the Head football coach at Athens Christian School in...
- Up, Bustle and Out are musicians and recording artists - Rupert Mould (also known as Señor Rudi) from Bristol, Senor Cuffy (Spanish Guitarist), Dave Cridge...
- Several ships of the British Royal Navy have borne the name Bustler: HMS Bustler (1782) was the mercantile Shillelagh, which the Admiralty purchased in...