What does buster mean?

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ˈbʌs tərbuster

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. fellow, dude, busternoun

    an informal form of address for a man

    "Say, fellow, what are you doing?"; "Hey buster, what's up?"

  2. busternoun

    a robust child

  3. buster, bronco buster, broncobusternoun

    a person who breaks horses

  4. busternoun

    a person (or thing) that breaks up or overpowers something

    "dam buster"; "sanction buster"; "crime buster"

  5. baby buster, busternoun

    a person born in the generation following the baby boom when the birth rate fell dramatically

Wiktionary

  1. busternoun

    A guy, fellow; a friend.

    Oi, buster, stop following me around everywhere!

    Etymology: See buster

  2. busternoun

    A loser, uncool person.

    Stop being a buster.

    Etymology: See buster

  3. busternoun

    A staged fall, used in theatrical and film comedy.

    Charlie Chaplin pulled a buster right before the closing credits.

    Etymology: See buster

  4. busternoun

    A person, thing, or event that breaks or overpowers someone or something, often used in compound terms, as crime buster, ballbuster, blockbuster, broncobuster.

    Etymology: See buster

  5. Busternoun

    ; guy, fella, buddy, mack.

    Oi, buster, stop following me around everywhere!

    Etymology: See buster

Webster Dictionary

  1. Busternoun

    something huge; a roistering blade; also, a spree

Freebase

  1. Buster

    Buster was a long-running British comic which carried a mixture of humour and adventure strips, although the former increasingly replaced the latter. It was originally published by IPC Magazines Ltd; but in consequence of the sale of that company's comics division, Fleetway, in the 1980s, Buster passed into the ownership of Egmont UK Ltd, who thereafter published it under the Fleetway imprint. The title character, whose strip usually appeared on the front cover, was Buster himself. He was originally billed as Buster: Son of Andy Capp; Andy Capp is the lead character of the eponymous Daily Mirror newspaper strip, and Buster wore a similar flat cap to reinforce the connection. In early issues Buster often referred to his father, and Andy was seen in the comic. Buster's mum was often referred to by name, and was consistently drawn to resemble Andy's wife Flo.

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  1. brutes, burets, rebuts, tubers

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of buster in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of buster in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of buster in a Sentence

  1. Anuj Somany:

    Blockbuster does not necessarily mean Stress-buster movie.

  2. Alex Murdaugh:

    My brother loved Maggie and loved Paul like nothing else on this earth, just like he loves( his other son) Buster.

  3. Director Erin Buckmaster:

    Since the video — now viewed more than 12 million times — started circulating, donations began to pour in for the shelter’s dogs, and even cats, from those who wanted to help. The shelter’s director told Fox 18 KLJBit all started when they put Buster Brown, Buster Brown, in a chair while guarding the front desk during the day. We have Buster Brown behind the desk and Buster Brown behind the desk kept sitting in our chairs with us and there wasn't room, we really thought the chair was too big behind the desk but Buster Brown behind the desk's loved it.

  4. Dustin Poirier:

    He's Buster Douglas. It was a fluke win, and I'm going to correct it on Saturday night.

  5. Director Erin Buckmaster:

    We really thought the chair was too big behind the desk but Buster Brown behind the desk's loved it.

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