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adjective as in fast-moving

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I have a generous magician friend who plays Santa as a holiday side hustle.

Amy Kean, founder of creative agency Six Things Impossible, believes the ad industry’s hustle culture is to blame for the growing pressure to perform and be visible.

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Seeing the hustle and drive everyone had around me, I had no choice but to go harder.

Both plays required Metcalf’s rare athleticism and hustle, but also his athletic intelligence.

One of the things that we pride ourselves on here is respecting the hustle.

The others disappeared into the school, frantically hustling to try to make deals.

Rick Scott is over in Florida, and he is hustling business out of the state of Texas.

Like all “overnight” successes, Gelman has spent the better part of two decades hustling in all media.

The air in Lagos is one of striving, of hustling and it is a city that very easily leaves you behind.

Privately, he had huge inhibitions about hustling, but he fought them down and sweated.

The machines were soon hustling through Washington Street as fast as the speed regulations would allow.

I believe Ill call the flat The Hustleonly instead of its hustling like the car, well be the ones.

Even farming's got to be a science, and it keeps me hustling to learn what the new words mean in the agricultural papers.

She is positively brisk in hustling for apples in the orchard and for heads of oats around the oat stack.

He gen'rally stirred up the most of his touse In hustling to save the outside of the house.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hustling, such as: bustling, busy, occupied, and active.

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