Synonym: lift, rustling, whisper, whispering. Similar words: bustle, whistle, bristle, bustling, crust, rustic, distrust, frustrate. Meaning: ['rʌsl] n. the light noise like the noise of silk clothing or leaves blowing in the wind. v. 1. make a dry crackling sound 2. take illegally.
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1 They began to rustle harder.
2 Hs promised to rustle up some young actors in a few days.
3 Let's see if somebody can rustle up a cup of coffee.
4 There little thoughts are the rustle of leaves; they have their whisper of joy in my mind.
5 With a rustle of wings the bird landed on the window ledge.
6 I heard a faint rustle in the bushes.
7 I heard a soft rustle of leaves.
8 I'll rustle up some eggs and bacon for you.
9 I'm sure I can rustle you up a sandwich.
10 She sat perfectly still, without even a rustle of her frilled petticoats.
11 Give me a minute and I'll rustle something up for supper.
12 I wish people wouldn't rustle their programmes during the solos.
13 I'll rustle up a couple of steaks on the barbecue.
14 There was a rustle of paper as people turned the pages.
15 Roland heard the rustle of biscuit wrappers and looked up at John expectantly.
16 A rustle of interest ran around the classroom.
17 Shop life: tinkle of money, rustle of notes,(www.Sentencedict.com) voices.
18 Surely one of the press lords could rustle up a limousine for her use?
19 There was a rustle of a sigh from the audience and I began to revise my opinion of her likely commercial success.
20 The readers' response: a big sigh and a rustle as they turn the page.
21 She heard the rustle of him pulling down his pyjama trousers and then she smelled the warm male scent of him.
22 Another rustle followed before a glossy blackbird hopped out and made off towards the parkland.
23 They disappeared with only a rustle on the surface of the water.
24 This was followed by the barely perceptible rustle of snow crystals hitting the newly exposed portion of the roof.
25 The other nine songs on the album however(sentencedict.com), rustle past your ears like dead leaves.
26 Wind felt on face; leaves rustle; ordinary vane moved by wind.
27 There was another rustle of branches as the buffalo ran off without so much as another snort.
28 Above their heads the kites moved with a rustle of wings from the Club roof to the branch of a tree.
29 As the wind blows we can hear the leaves rustle in the trees.
30 There was a biting wind from the right which made all the dead winter stems rattle and rustle feverishly.
More similar words: bustle, whistle, bristle, bustling, crust, rustic, distrust, frustrate, frustration, little by little, mostly, ghastly, costly, bristly, honestly, jostling, ruse, earnestly, rush, crush, virus, brush, rush out, chorus, Russian, rush hour, abstruse, brusquely, obtrusive, intrusive.