bustling

[ buhs-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF bustling

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUSTLING

The little house was bustling; a dozen automobiles were parked in the barnyard.

Simple, honest, and quiet, they had little to do with their bustling neighbors.

Relieved and cheerful, she was bustling about to get Ralph's supper on the table.

“Make this thy home, thou Piping Will,”The bustling mother said.

Madrid is a lively, bustling, modern city of more than 1½ million people.

The man said "Yes," bustling forward with a brace of handcuffs in his hand.

The city itself was active and bustling, but dirty, dusty and mean.

Crowds—mostly of women—were surging, bustling, and pacing up and down.

Moscow was known as one of the most bustling cities in Europe.

In the room, Mrs. Hughson was bustling about getting a hot drink.

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