buster definition

  • noun:
    • one which breaks up one thing: a crime buster.
    • A broncobuster.
    • a really powerful kid.
    • an infant buster.
    • Casual Fellow. Found in handling a guy or son, particularly out of irritation: view for which youare going, buster!
    • a man, other; a buddy.
    • A loser, uncool person.
    • A staged autumn, found in theatrical and film comedy.
    • A person, thing, or occasion that pauses or overpowers someone or something, usually found in element terms, as criminal activity buster, ballbuster, blockbuster, broncobuster.
    • some thing huge.
    • A riotous, dashing youthful other.
    • A spree.
    • Something huge; a roistering knife; additionally, a spree.
    • anything of extraordinary dimensions.
    • A roisterer.
    • A frolic; a spree.
    • A violent wind.
    • In Australian Continent, a sudden violent squall from the south.
    • person who breaks intractable ponies into saddle; a bronco-buster.
    • an informal type of target for a person
    • a person who breaks ponies
    • people (or thing) that breaks up or overpowers some thing
    • a robust youngster
    • you born in generation following the baby boom if the beginning rate dropped dramatically

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