Definition of bust:
part, strike, better, displume, dampen, conk out, pull, recrudesce, let out, master, female chest, deplumate, rupture, rent, breach, don, abound, punch, expose, spank, wear upon, apprehend, law, bankrupt, interrupt, gentle, go bad, stop, wild, nab, impoverish, money, chest, splurge, sibilation, bear, hold out, give, founder, wear, crumble, clip, bout, relegate, check, intermit, snatch, pop, pluck, slap, break away, collar, bring out, go to pieces, tire out, soften, dud, divulge, bump, click, pauperize, snap, go against, fall apart, break dance, split up, burst, die, have on, fracture, put on, flop, tire, stony-broke, spat, break in, develop, teardrop, turn, broke, explosion, damp, wear thin, buck, downgrade, snap off, separate, wear off, fatigue, head, rip, swat, attack, weary, smash, smack, stone-broke, crash, kick downstairs, break open, floating-point operation, wear down, shoot down, bosom, fizzle, seize, discontinue, discover, jade, transgress, help, give out, snarl, get around, hiss, pick up, break up, fold, go under, outwear, lose it, deplume, whack, rise, skint, breast, torso, foray into, fall in, buffet, pause, box, run in, poor, raid, get out, round, split, disclose, binge, shoot, break down, break off, go, degrade, hushing, let on, tame, blow, assume, violate, endure, cave in, cuff, breast, tear, fag out, come apart, offend, crack, unwrap, bristle, give away, give way, break out, snatch up, infract, weaken, reduce, wear out, snag, pinch, arrest, explode, reveal, flick, erupt, washout, break, clean out, hissing, charge, get into, orgy, demote, ruin.
- fail (part of speech: verb)
representation (part of speech: noun)
- sculpture (part of speech: noun)
- failure (part of speech: noun)
- "The Woman With The Fan", Robert Hichens.
- "The Tapestry Book", Helen Churchill Candee.
But one can no more think of a full- blown civilization without tailors than one can imagine a complex state of society in which, for example, the contemporary Saturday Evening Post would publish its Exclusive Saturday Evening Styles, and gentlemen would habitually buy their patterns by bust- measure and cut out their new suits at home on the dining- room table.- "The Perfect Gentleman", Ralph Bergengren.