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verb as in hurry; work hurriedly

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The hustle and desire to expand eventually led him to seek out his own space in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle.

From Eater

He was someone who could do a hustle and a scam just below the radar of getting law enforcement over the hump to care.

From Vox

At Directive, Izabelle combines her sales hustle mentality and creative writing expertise to cover a wide variety of SaaS marketing topics and support long-term marketing strategy.

What started as a side hustle — selling baked goods — turned into a full-time business in 2019.

From Digiday

Michelle Lovero-Holliday has taken a step back from the hustle of delivering groceries.

From Quartz

If nobody on the outside will send Teresa money, should she learn a prison hustle?

The bar starts to get busy and the bartenders, two of whom are wearing Casa Bruja T-shirts, begin to really hustle.

Her hustle has started to pay off and she started a 14-date national tour in early November.

Halfway to the park, the hustle of Goma and outlying villages faded behind him.

Summer vacations should offer a hiatus from the hustle but at the Hamptons everyone is selling or pushing someone or something.

If we hustle right smart we can get a pen done 'fore dark, let alone gettin' them cattle into a shed.

You know Ive run the engine attached to The Hustle many a time; the men used to let me do it.

The tall Schree warriors, their long faces expressionless, started to hustle the three captives toward the door again.

I know pretty well when Christmas is comin', by the way I got to hustle, an' the size of the boxes I got to carry.

I want you to hustle back to the hotel and tell Frank that I'm here.


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On this page you'll find 136 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hustle, such as: rush, bulldoze, bustle, elbow, fly, and force.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.