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ear hustler

Someone who is apt to eavesdrop or gossip. Let's postpone this discussion until a later time—some people in the office are known ear hustlers. Janet's definitely an ear hustler—if you tell her you're pregnant, everyone will know by noon.
See also: ear, hustler

ear hustler

n. someone who gossips. You cowardly ear hustler! Can’t you mind your own business?
See also: ear, hustler

hustler

(ˈhəslɚ)
1. n. a gambler in a pool hall. He made a lot of money as a hustler.
2. n. a swindler; a con artist. The chick is a real hustler. I wouldn’t trust her at all.
3. n. a prostitute. A lot of hustlers are hooked on horse.
4. n. a stud; a man who is notoriously good with women. He thinks he’s a hustler. The chicks think he’s a wimp.
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Last night, a source close to the deal said: 'Hustler is tremendously excited about this proposal.
Potential viewers and sympathizers should educate and or remind themselves of some of the material that Hustler has published and ask themselves whether it really qualifies as "speech." First of all, probably most notoriously, Hustler is the magazine that featured a cover picture of a woman's body being fed into a meat grinder.
Small towns don't offer much hustling, though, so after awhile all the hustlers end up trying to hustle each other.
These dictionaries agree a hustler is a person who is hard-working; who knows how to get around problems, or a person who makes money by doing something dishonest.
RJC said, 'Hustler has pioneered a new genre as a light-hearted MINI SUV.
Because hustlers do not feel a sense of entitlement, they don't wait around for someone to pay them what they're worth.
Built around 1683, it was home to the Hustler family - the family's coat of arms can still be seen above the entrance.
Jacqueline Hustler, who is also partially deaf, made the calls because she was lonely and wanted to hear a friendly voice.
Emotions went high in the dying seconds of the game which saw Beatrice getting four free throws on Hustler's technical fouls.
The 1979 acquisition of Iron Hustler Company, soon renamed Hustler Conveyor Co., has created a combination of two companies that can work either together or separately to meet the many equipment needs of scrap processors and other recyclers.
In the April 11 issue, in his listing of "Gay Sex and Political Scandals," Don Romesburg, understandably, perpetuates a myth that arose out of my involvement with a hustler in the late 1980s.
In a written statement to The Birmingham Post, Mr Flynt said that his main company, Larry Flynt Publications (LFP), will terminate its licence agreement with Hustler Hollywood UK and its clothing distributor Hustler Clothing.
The Hustler store in the High Street also owes the city council pounds 138,000 in business rates.
Hustler Turf Equipment has introduced a diesel-powered version to its five-model lineup of 24 to 28 hp gasoline-powered Super Z zero-turn radius mowers.