gangbusters

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adjective gang·bust·ers \ˈgaŋ-ˌbə-stərz\

Definition of gangbusters

  1. :  outstandingly excellent or successful <a gangbusters ballplayer>

gangbusters

adverb

Examples of gangbusters in a sentence

  1. <most of the pop singers in the competition were anything but gangbusters>

1955

First Known Use of gangbusters

1955

Variants of gangbusters

or less commonly

gangbuster

play \ˈgaŋ-ˌbə-stər\


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