another word for home wrecker, tramp, flusey and loose.
"Wow, that girl is so buster!"
by bloody bess flint June 28, 2014
A bush party. A party in the forest involving alcohol and drugs.
"did you hear about the buster?"
"no where is it?"
"in the forest behind Michelle's house!"
by volleeyballl July 25, 2012
negative term used in california by surenos. they call nortenos busters because it came from sodbuster cuz lots of northern cali mexicans worked in fields and southerners thot they were better and more civilized cuz they lived in big cities like LA
(as opposed to "scrap" which is what nortenos call surenos)
"Fuck a buster" written in blue pen in a public bathroom
by 1 edgar 3 May 05, 2008
the 1920's equivalent of cunt
1920's man A: Hey Buster!
1920's man B: Thems is fightin' words!
*the men fight in an old fashion
by thisismeandnotyou96 August 12, 2011
Another word for a Morkie dog (a mix between a Maltese and a Yorkie). This former mutt but now wildly popular breed is typically found in the Pacific Northwest, and is known for its abilities to perform a variety of tricks. Can be used as both a proper noun, and a noun.
OMG! Look at Buster doing his millitary crawl... so cute!

Look at all those Buster's over there... they're so cute when they play together!
by Laleph June 13, 2010
Another word for a police officer.When individuals would ghost ride their whip they would on rare occasions get caught by the police. Hence the word "Ghostbuster" or just "buster".
Ghost Rider #1: "Yo son why don't we ghost ride behind that abandoned Ames store?
Ghost Rider #2: "Nah dude. There's always a Buster that rolls through there."
by Thecaptain177 January 11, 2009
The red circle with the diagonal line through it indicating that something is prohibited. Named after the Ghostbusters logo.
Throw a buster over a picture of a ghost, and we have ourselves a logo, gentlemen.
by Nyahhh November 17, 2008
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