English words and Examples of Usage

use "bust" in a sentence

First there was the housing bust, and the banking crisis it triggered.

There would be mass poverty, banks would go bust and chaos would ensue.

They reached a peak of 4.6% in 2011 at the height of the real estate bust.

Malone quickly realized it was actually someone trying to bust her door open.

Asbury is negotiating a lease for a new mine even now, in the depths of a bust.

“Then you have Chantel who is going to have a bust-out year in her junior year.

Democratic and Republican leaders are calling for the bust to be removed.

Staff Sgt. Martin Schiavetta says the bust was part of an ongoing investigation.

2:14pm ET: The bust has been fully removed; we've updated the piece accordingly.

Cutting edge The company, which started in 1998, has never seen an oil bust.

Featured in Politics Will Chris Christie's brash style be a boon or a bust in 2016?

Many homeowners remember the fallout that the housing bust had on real-estate prices.

Charles Lang Freer bought the bust in 1908 in Areppo from Joseph Marcopoli, a dealer.

The cast bronze bust is now on display in the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery.

It took nearly two decades for oil prices to fully recover from the bust in the 1980s.

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