buster buster  /ˈbə stər/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) an informal form of address for a man
  2. (n) a robust child
  3. (n) a person who breaks horses
  4. (n) a person (or thing) that breaks up or overpowers something
  5. (n) a person born in the generation following the baby boom when the birth rate fell dramatically

Usage(s):

  • According to a top Israeli intelligence official, the Pentagon in 2002 offered to supply Israel with bunker-buster bombs capable of punching deep into an enemy's underground .

News

  1. ROCK DOC: Talking with Fido

    Buster Brown, my big mutt from the dog pound, is now 10 years old. Perhaps because he’s a senior citizen, it took him a full week to learn how to operate the dog door I had installed last winter. He was used to going to the back door and barking to be let in or out. Once the dog door was there, I held it open, showing him the great outdoors, and encouraged him to go through it. I had to repeat ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The San Angelo Standard-Times

  2. Hunter Pence, Buster Posey spark offensive outburst in Arizona

    Buster Posey capped a six-run fourth inning with a homer and had three RBIs, Madison Bumgarner pitched five effective innings and the San Francisco Giants pounded the Arizona Diamondbacks 10-5 Saturday night.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: The Santa Rosa Press Democrat

  3. Buster Williams Quartet's "Something More" Tour Starts This Week

    Bassist Buster Williams plans a handful of dates beginning this Tuesday and Wednesday at Dizzy’s Coca-Cola in New York. Williams, known for his stint with Herbie Hancock, among others, has put together an all-star group featuring Cindy Blackman-Santana on drums, Stefon Harris on vibes (6/20 only), Patrice Rushen on piano and Steve Wilson on saxophone (6/11 - 6/18).
    on June 9, 2013     Source: JazzTimes Magazine

Quotes

  1. "You just have to ask yourself how we, as a party, got to this point, where we have a leadership which is going to ram down the throats of our party the biggest budget buster in the history of the Congress under Republican leadership," Gregg said.
    on Dec 8, 2006 By: Judd Gregg Source: FOXNews

  2. In 2000, Peter Hain, then Britain's Cabinet minister for African affairs, called Bout "the chief sanctions-buster" flouting UN arms embargoes on the warring parties in Angola, Sierra Leone, Congo and Rwanda and said he supplied al-Qaeda and the...
    on Mar 6, 2008 By: Peter Hain Source: USA Today

  3. "Great job by Buster," Bochy said. "That's frustrating, too, for a catcher, having trouble getting the ball where he wants it. But he handled Jonathan well, especially for the first time working with him. To get him through six innings, you...
    on Jul 5, 2010 By: Bruce Bochy Source: San Jose Mercury News

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