bustle[ buhs-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF bustle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUSTLE
Meanwhile there had been bustle and preparation in all parts of the great vessel.
During this time there was a bustle of much interest in the paddock.
What is there in it, says she, that all this bustle is about?
It's no trial to you, Mark, to make yourself comfortable and to bustle about.
I heard the bustle of the others—of the audience going away.
The noise and bustle was still going on all around, louder than before.
There was a bustle among the audience, a sudden rising, a craning of necks.
It was a lively scene, with more than enough of bustle and swearing and vociferation.
I, as best man, was busy and thankful for the bustle and responsibility.
There was a bustle within; groups of boys were congregated outside.