BUS'TLE, verb intransitive bus'l. [ This word may be allied to busy, or to Latin festino.]
To stir quick; to be very active; to be very quick in motion, often or usually with the sense of noise or agitation.
And leave the world for me to bustle in.
BUS'TLE, noun bus'l. Hurry; great stir; rapid motion with noise and agitation; tumult from stirring or agitation; combustion.
All would have been well without this bustle