bust

  1. a complete failure
  2. a sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person
  3. an occasion for excessive eating or drinking

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Bust

• (n.) The portion of the human figure included between the head and waist, whether in statuary or in the person; the chest or thorax; the upper part of the trunk of the body. • (n.) A piece of sculpture representing the upper part of the human figure, including the head, shoulders, and breast.
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bust

verb break open or apart suddenly and forcefully; `The dam burst`
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bust

tear 1 binge noun an occasion for excessive eating or drinking; `they went on a bust that lasted three days`
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Bust

[sculpture] A bust is a sculpted or cast representation of the upper part of the human figure, depicting a person`s head and neck, as well as a variable portion of the chest and shoulders. The piece is normally supported by a plinth. These forms recreate the likeness of an individual. These may be of any medium used for sculpture, such as m...
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Bust

Bust (bŭst) noun [ French buste , from Italian busto ; confer Late Latin busta , bustula , box, of the same origin as English box a case; confer , for the change of meaning, English chest . See Bushel .] 1. A piece of sculpture represen...
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Bust

A player with high expectations that finishes with minimal statistical results, for a variety of rea
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Bust

An inaccurate forecast, usually a situation in which significant weather is expected, but does not occur.
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Bust

Bust is slang for an arrest, particularly for possession of drugs.
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Bust

Device including head, neck, and some part of shoulder or chest.
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bust

Draw enough cards so that the total exceeds the maximum of 21.
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Bust

having a hand totalling more than 21 points, an automatic loser.
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Bust

Hitting more than you needed in an x01 game. The darts do not count and the player begins his next turn on his prior score.
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Bust

In Blackjack, to exceed 21. The same as Break.
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Bust

In sculpture, a bust is the representation of that portion of the human figure which comprises the head and the upper part of the body. During the literary period of Greece the portrait busts of the learned formed an important branch of art, and in this way we come to possess faithful likenesses of Socrates, Plato, Demosthenes, etc, in which the ar...
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Bust

sculpted portrait or representation consisting of head and part of shoulders
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bust

Sculptured representation of the head, shoulders, and breast of a person. The traditional bust form appeared in Etruscan art of the 5th century BC, having originated in the
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bust

Sculptured representation of the head, shoulders, and breast of a person. The traditional bust form appeared in Etruscan art of the 5th century BC, having originated in the herms of ancient Greece, square pillars carved with the head and genitals of the god Hermes. Realistic portrait sculpture developed in Roman art from about 75 BC, although stric...
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Bust

Term often used to refer to a player, usually one drafted in the first day of the NFL Draft, who fai
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bust

The head, neck, shoulders and upper chest of an image generally found on the obverse (front) of a coin.
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Bust

the total of your blackjack hand is over 21.
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bust

to arrest
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Bust

Used in Blackjack when a players hand value reaches over 21.
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Bust

Your hand now totals over 21 after drawing another card and you have busted. You lose immediatley even if the Dealer subsequently busts.
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bust

[n] - a sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person 2. [n] - an occasion for excessive eating or drinking
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