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noun as in con artist; prostitute

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Their tumult exploded into a nasty public feud earlier this year, but she compliments his drive as a hustler while she works up the hill, slightly short of breath.

The two appeared nude together in the Jan. 2014 issue of Hustler, but she says they broke up in May.

Strong in the thought that he had 365 days running for him, the second hustler was pleased to accept.

Hume said Obama was non-divisive “and not a race hustler in any way” and America was proud to see him elected.

At first, when his name was revealed by Hustler in connection to the case, Vitter acknowledged it.

It's The New Yorker meets Hustler meets Interview combined to fulfill one ultimate goal: satisfying one's "sexual narcissism."

The governor was a candidate for re-election, and being a hustler, made many hot speeches from the hustings.

The Hen being always an out-and-out hustler, and hard as an Indian pony, her not being well shook us up bad.

"Never mind, Widner; you may be a good political hustler, but you're dead bad on your classics," said Lane laughingly.

Therefore there is an opportunity for a hustler to borrow money at 5% or 6%, and with that money and his energy earn 10% or 15%.

The lazy man is always willing to give the hustler a big percentage for collecting the living that the world owes him.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hustler, such as: call girl, swindler, whore, cheater, floozy, and grifter.

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