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Spell Check of bust

Correct spelling: bust

Definition of bust:

  1. The human figure, or a representation of it, in sculpture, comprising the head, neck, shoulders, and breast.

Common misspellings for bust:



Google Ngram Viewer results for bust:

This graph shows how "bust" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for bust:

  1. The laurel is indeed for the bust not for the living head. –  by
  2. Take, for example, " The Statue and the Bust which many have considered to uphold an immoral standard and of which its defenders declare that the moral point of the story lies not in the fact that the lady and the Duke wished to elope with each other but that they never had strength enough of mind to do so. –  by
  3. Wen you was little feller an' got bust your finger you run to me queeck, an' I feex it. –  by

Quotes for bust:

  1. The bust of Colonel Sanders stands as a monument to cruelty and has no place in the Kentucky state Capitol.
  2. I'm trying to get hold of them... the trouble is a lot of the companies that recorded and produced the albums went bust, so I don't know where to get the masters.
  3. When I think of Marilyn Monroe, and achieving her sound, I think of having a rather large bust. I think of her physically and I am just able to create her sound, because her physicality was so much to do with her sound.
  4. If the money's right, I'm happy to bust up the other side of his face... No problem.
  5. I don't want to bust my butt for the rest of my life, like my parents.