- n. Plural form of hustle.
“He doesn't flail his arms around like Sabas or contort his face every time he 'hustles'-he just plays good fundamental ball.”
“In late 1942, each of the military services had their civilian-dress eyes and ears picking up anything of interest to them, such as hustles being used to avoid the draft, or who hadn't registered, or hustles that were being worked on servicemen.”
“While he 'hustles' every head of stock from us, and -- and spirits it away?”
“He gets on base a lot and then he really hustles - really steals a lot of bases.”
“He hustles from television hit to fundraiser to pep rally, with gusto and endless optimism.”
“Now, as Ms. Courtney hustles to land a role during the current TV-pilot audition season, casting directors know who she is.”
“Dan Neil/The Wall Street Journal Taut and composed, with nicely weighted and direct steering feel electric power assist, the TL absolutely hustles through the corners with very little body lean.”
“One hustles while the other gets off on paying for sex.”
“Lloyd hustles back, unlatches the window above the courtyard, and takes up a position there, gazing out over his corner of Paris.”
“The fares might be justified when the operator really hustles, but my first experience disappointed.”
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