hustler[ huhs-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF hustler
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUSTLER
A tout is guessing all the time, but a hustler is likely to know something.
He did not wait for business to come to him, he put himself in the path of business; he was a hustler.
In his public speeches he alludes to himself humorously as a hustler.
"I'm a hustler on a dicker, and a hellion on junk," snapped the boss.
His father was a hustler, but the family didn't take after him.
He isn't a hustler, but a rough man would never have suited Tony.
Landon is almost as good a hustler as Tony, and a much better forester.
He's a hustler and makes money, and of course has a firm grip on McElwin's heart.
The construction boss was a hustler, and he drove us mercilessly.
I'm fogy and they want a hustler to represent 'em for a change.