Definition of hustle:
splash, inmate, fleece, sail, bother, stir, swan, squabble, gazump, step up, yard bird, zoom, festinate, cast, wheel, tweak, haste, range, tramp, sprint, fast, rob, barrel, pluck, deceive, deplume, fly, flurry, wrap, rip, insect bite, dart, whirl, deplumate, vagabond, fuss, bunco, trouble, zip, stray, confidence trick, roll up, plume, tiff, overcharge, wave, fleet, pick off, tear, bolt, surcharge, hook, bustle, bicker, bunko game, whiz, bunko, shoot, pang, pull off, soak, yardbird, bustle about, run, swindle, race, whisk, trot, trick, drift, rove, plunk, pull, ado, convict, bite, seethe, flash, cull, sting, undulate, hotfoot, rocket, con game, con, pick, roll out, dash, flit, pelt, scoot, wind, displume, pettifoggery, twine, confidence game, dither, bucket, nip, revolve, ramble, flap, snow flurry, hassle, roam, wing, scour, move, roll, highball, tizzy, work, spat, bickering, stinging, wander, gyp, Bunco Game, flimflam, turn over, pother.
- "The Lost City", Joseph E. Badger, Jr..
- "New National Fourth Reader", Charles J. Barnes and J. Marshall Hawkes.
When he came home plastered and perfumed from head to tail, we would greet him with exclamations of disgust, which brought the Byronic melancholy into his eyes, hustle him off to the rocks behind the house, fling pailfuls of warm water over him and do our best to scrape off his pollutions.- "Sigurd Our Golden Collie and Other Comrades of the Road", Katharine Lee Bates.