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Hussle vs. Hustle

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Which is correct: Hussle or Hustle

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Hussle

Misspelling of hustle.

Hustleverb

(intransitive) To rush or hurry.

‘I'll have to hustle to get there on time.’;

Hustleverb

(transitive) To con or deceive; especially financially.

‘The guy tried to hustle me into buying into a bogus real estate deal.’;

Hustleverb

(transitive) To bundle; to stow something quickly.

Hustleverb

To dance the hustle, a disco dance.

Hustleverb

To play deliberately badly at a game or sport in an attempt to encourage players to challenge.

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Hustleverb

To sell sex; to work as a pimp.

Hustleverb

To be a prostitute, to exchange use of one's body for sexual purposes for money.

Hustleverb

(informal) To work.

Hustleverb

(informal) To put a lot of effort into one's work.

Hustleverb

To push someone roughly, to crowd, to jostle.

Hustlenoun

A state of busy activity.

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Hustlenoun

A propensity to work hard and get things done; ability to hustle.

Hustlenoun

A type of disco dance, commonly danced to the Van McCoy song The Hustle.

Hustlenoun

(prison slang) An activity, such as prostitution or reselling stolen items, that a prisoner uses to earn money in prison.

Hustleverb

To shake together in confusion; to push, jostle, or crowd rudely; to handle roughly; as, to hustle a person out of a room.

Hustleverb

To push or crows; to force one's way; to move hustily and with confusion; a hurry.

‘Leaving the king, who had hustled along the floor with his dress worfully arrayed.’;

Hustlenoun

a swindle in which you cheat at gambling or persuade a person to buy worthless property

Hustlenoun

a rapid bustling commotion

Hustleverb

cause to move furtively and hurriedly;

‘The secret service agents hustled the speaker out of the amphitheater’;

Hustleverb

move or cause to move energetically or busily;

‘The cheerleaders bustled about excitingly before their performance’;

Hustleverb

sell something to or obtain something from by energetic and especially underhanded activity

Hustleverb

push roughly; jostle

‘they were hissed and hustled as they went in’;

Hustleverb

force (someone) to move hurriedly or unceremoniously

‘I was hustled away to a cold cell’;

Hustleverb

push one's way; bustle

‘Stockwell hustled into the penalty area’;

Hustleverb

obtain illicitly or by forceful action

‘Linda hustled money from men she met’;

Hustleverb

pressure someone into doing something

‘don't be hustled into anything unless you really want to’;

Hustleverb

sell aggressively

‘he hustled his company's oil around the country’;

Hustleverb

engage in prostitution

‘she would hustle for a few dollars’;

Hustlenoun

a state of great activity

‘the hustle and bustle of the big cities’;

Hustlenoun

a fraud or swindle

‘the hustles being used to avoid the draft’;

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