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To force or push one's way
“Many times, we hustle our way through our lives only to wind up with a big heap of dissatisfaction at a certain point.”
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To move quickly
“Passersby would hustle past without giving the place a second glance.”
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To pressure someone into doing something
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“They would then hustle them into saying something that would make the next morning's headlines.”
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To devote serious and sustained effort to
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“The team would really hustle to get the project finished on time.”
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To cheat, deceive or defraud someone for personal gain
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“The swindler would hustle cashiers by confusing them at the counter.”
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To rush or hurry
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“He glanced at the clock and realized he'd need to hustle before Laturno gave away his chair and his meal.”
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To push roughly
“Protestors would aggressively hustle those who wanted to listen to an opinion opposed to their own.”
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To inflict emotional or physical harm or distress upon
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Mooch
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To pursue with romantic interest, especially in an aggressive, sexually suggestive manner
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(of a woman) To work as a prostitute
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To confuse or bewilder
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To cause to move or act with haste
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To manipulate or influence an event
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To receive as return for payment or effort
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To persuade someone to do something by talking to them
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To approach to offer one's services as a prostitute, or otherwise make improper proposals
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Accost someone and offer one's or someone else's services as a prostitute
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To illegally take possession of (especially items of low value)
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Make a low, steady continuous sound like that of a bee
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To persuade someone of the merits of
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Bet money or something else in a gamble
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To politely or formally ask for
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To crowd around (someone), sometimes with hostility
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To arrange or contrive
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The state of busy or vigorous actions or movements
“Others may simply wish to take their dog for a walk, visit family, or escape the hustle of major cities.”
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Plural for a willingness to undertake new or risky endeavors
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“You'd best find a salesman with some hustle that's willing to peddle your dodgy product.”
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Plural for great, and often showy or disorderly, speed
“Elvis then left the building with great hustle.”
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Plural for a fraudulent scheme or action
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“His claim to being a Nigerian prince was, in actuality, a devious hustle aimed at fleecing society's most vulnerable.”
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Plural for frantic activity of a specified kind
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Plural for flair, zest, or vitality
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Plural for moisture in air or falling from sky
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Whirrs or bustles
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Plural for a rush or hurry towards a destination or goal
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Plural for drive
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Plural for the action or crime of stealing
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