The hijinx Llewyn finds himself in with the cat is worthy of a busby Berkeley number.
busby's reply to this discourteous remark was to fold his arms and assume a dramatic posture.
He admitted that he expected busby to have trouble with Watson.
She understood that busby had betrayed her to him and to Harrigan Blood.
"He certainly means to let me off altogether," exclaimed busby.
You shall never regret it, busby; only don't you tell anybody I've had one—do you hear?
All efforts on the part of busby to draw him into conversation were useless.
Gray's eyes glistened; but George moved off to busby's desk before he had time to give way.
Two men were wrangling with a porter; one was Parrott, the other busby.
In the name of the chiefs Mr. busby declared the ensign to be the national flag of New Zealand.
"fur hat worn by hussars on parade," 1807, earlier "a kind of bushy, tall wig" (1764), of unknown origin, though it is both a place name and a surname in England. Related: Busbied.