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- busted up
synonyms for busted up
- all torn up
- in pain
- put away
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How to use busted up in a sentence
South Korean police busted up one such scheme in 2011, which was said to have netted millions.Inside the ‘Surprisingly Great’ North Korean Hacker Hotel | Michael Daly | December 20, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
When her relationship went south, amid critical reports about Art Capital, her relationship with Starr busted up as well.
A money feud has busted up first friends Bill Clinton and Ron Burkle, sources tell The Daily Beast.
Because for all his moxie, Rourke is just a busted-up old actor.
Each of them was chuck full of that dubious sort of pride that has busted up more than one love-fiesta.Raw Gold | Bertrand W. Sinclair
Some of the boys around here have been telling me that you were all busted up about that girl you married.The Boy Grew Older | Heywood Broun
There isn't a one of them in the whole world that's worth getting busted up over.The Boy Grew Older | Heywood Broun
It was stored away, for the company that had "busted up," as Mart sometimes called it, had no further use for it.Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue Giving a Show | Laura Lee Hope
Too bad our little pup-party busted up that way, muttered Phil; but we were lucky to gug-gug-get out without anybody getting wise.The New Boys at Oakdale | Morgan Scott
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