To rustle is things rubbing together or touching and making a soft sound.(verb)
An example of rustle is to sort through a handful of papers.
To rustle means to gather or steal cows or horses.(verb)
See rustle in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME rustelen, freq. formation < ME rouslen, akin to earlier Fl ruysselen < WGmc echoic base
See rustle in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb rus·tled, rus·tling, rus·tles verb, intransitive
Origin: Middle English rustlen
Origin: , perhaps of imitative origin.
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