1 Then I have to bustle about and see things with my own eyes.
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2 I got so close to them in the bustle that I could hear every word that passed between them.
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3 Tom waited until the crowd had dispersed, and the bustle was over; and then referred to a posted list of trains, and took counsel with porters.
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4 Some train had newly arrived in Coketown, which had put a number of vehicles in motion, and scattered a considerable bustle about the town.
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5 Amid the bustle, Gurth was taken from horseback, in the course of which removal he prevailed upon the Jester to slack the cord with which his arms were bound.
6 The summons, however, seemed of importance, for a considerable degree of bustle instantly took place in the castle.
7 When the bustle occasioned by this incident was somewhat composed, the chief Outlaw took from his neck the rich horn and baldric which he had recently gained at the strife of archery near Ashby.
8 It was a scene of bustle and life, as if the whole vicinity had poured forth its inhabitants to a village wake, or rural feast.
9 It has everything in its favour: heroism, danger, bustle, fashion.
10 She must escape from him and Mansfield as soon as possible, and find consolation in fortune and consequence, bustle and the world, for a wounded spirit.
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11 There was employment, hope, solicitude, bustle, for every hour of the day.
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12 Last night it had been hope and smiles, bustle and motion, noise and brilliancy, in the drawing-room, and out of the drawing-room, and everywhere.
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13 Oliver, delighted to be of use, brought down the books under his arm in a great bustle; and waited, cap in hand, to hear what message he was to take.
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14 As they approached the City, the noise and traffic gradually increased; when they threaded the streets between Shoreditch and Smithfield, it had swelled into a roar of sound and bustle.
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15 A slight bustle in the court, recalled him to himself.
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