Krishna bustles round packing things--bustles is hardly the word though, for his barefooted, silent effectiveness.
A launch bustles in from the Renown and brings up quickly--a white light between her two brass funnels and green and red side lights.
The humble-bee, as it bustles in and out, brushes this off.
When the nesting site is chosen the male is very jealous of intruders, and bustles up in a threatening fashion, which quite overawes most birds of guileless intent.
Guest he is not, host rather; and before you have had time to dismount from your panting cayuse this birdbustles forth from the locust trees and hovers over you with noisy effusiveness.
First he bustles up onto the nesting branch and flashes his fiery crest in plain token of anger, but later he is content to squeak disapproval from a position more removed.
Bustles have always been and now are the only article of apparel worn by the women of the New Hebrides.
The Chinese men, as a sign of rank and distinction, develop long finger-nails, and we can well remember when our own women wore ridiculously large bustles that looked very funny on the street.
Betty bustles about, and manages to get some sort of meal ready in time.
So Betty bustles about, and has dinner ready as usual when the children come in.
Contented in his isolated position, which is not without its severe hardships, this good missionary pursues his useful course unnoticed by the world as it bustles along; his sole earthly wish seems to be that he may return to England to die.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "bustles" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.