All Noun Verb
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  • Further busts were added after this time but they were primarily of people still living.
  • Now, you lay low and let on like she's busted for good. Cited from The Pirate Shark, by Elliott Whitney
  • In the city of his birth many people laid flowers in front of his bust.
  • She could have busted out of that joint if she really wanted to.
  • Then we come out to some town like this and fight capital until we're busted. Cited from Poor White, by Sherwood Anderson
  • If it busts you -- it will save us, and we can save you after. Cited from A Certain Rich Man, by William Allen White
  • In the former case, the bust was taken outside before being broken.
  • Many people lost a lot of money in the bust that followed.
  • For what do you find on busting open our door? Cited from Lahoma, by John Breckinridge Ellis
  • So I decided to try my hand at busting a couple of rather high-level rules. Cited from Highways in Hiding, by George Oliver Smith
  • They turned to find a high-busted woman entering the room, accompanied by two young girls. Cited from Nest Builder, by Beatrice Forbes-Robertson Hale
  • He busted then; put his head on his arm and cried like a baby. Cited from Red Saunders' Pets and Other Critters, by Henry Wallace Phillips
  • Many of the heads or busts that have been found may once have been part of complete figures.
  • Pretty soon the game was over and the old man was busted. Cited from Gunman's Reckoning, by Max Brand
  • There his has his bust located in a prominent section of the cemetery.
  • I think that some of the worst people just got busted, that's all.
  • It was released as the second single from their debut album Busted.
  • I found him, He'd been out all night and the side of his head all busted. Cited from An Outback Marriage, by Andrew Barton Paterson
  • His bust can be seen in the square in the park.
  • He even worked in the shop where the first bust was broken, having left his job there only two days earlier.
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Meaning of bust

  • noun A sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person
  • noun An occasion for excessive eating or drinking
    they went on a bust that lasted three days