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Spell check of bustling

Correct spelling: bustling

ready, occupied, speeding, brisk, spurring, rapid, flurrying, madhouse, expediting, sprightly, urgent, pelting, diligent, buzz, hurrying, abrupt, buzzing, urging, fast, animated, stirring, impatient, supple, spry, agile, enterprising, swift, pushing, lively, employed, energetic, quickening, hastening, quick, officious, vigorous, laborious, engaged, expeditious, feverish, Grand Central Station, breathless, abubble, fleet, busy, industrious, frenzy, active, rushing, spirited, darting, tireless, assiduous, eager, humming, astir, hasty, kinetic, aboil, flying, running, tied-up, vivacious, hustling, rousing, alert, happening, hurried, dynamic, peak, speedy, abuzz, working, mobile, hum, busy season, sedulous, restless, flourishing, nimble, vibrant, hopping, moving, thriving, dashing, accelerating, prompt, wide awake, hectic, galloping, breakneck.

quiet, lifeless, unoccupied, sluggish, free, asleep, quiescent, nonoperating, sleepy, slow, dormant, lazy, idle, passive, indolent, inactive, unemployed, heavy, dull, inoperative, latent, inert, dead.

Examples of usage:

1) It was a warm bustling society that received Peter. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

2) I find it impossible to remember nearly all I have seen and heard in one of these bustling days; I should think that even a resident, long familiar with all these everyday common sights that are so new and interesting to us, could barely remember the ceremonies of one day in connection with the Royal Visit. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.

3) The air is much lighter up here than down in Bombay; even after a bustling day getting into train, travelling, and seeing a hundred miles of utterly new sights, we feel far less tired than after doing nothing in particular all day on the coast. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.