What is another word for Busked?

Pronunciation: [bˈʌskt] (IPA)

Busked is a term which means to perform music, theater or other entertainment in public space, usually on the street for money. Some synonyms for busked are street performance, playing in the open air, public presentation, and playing in an impromptu venue. Other words that can be used in place of busked include entertaining, performing, exhibiting or displaying on the street. These words describe the act of performing or showcasing something before an audience without the need of a formal stage or venue. Busking is a popular way for artists and performers to showcase their talents while also making a living.

What are the hypernyms for Busked?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Busked

Then they Busked them and got ready both their boats; in each they put twenty men, Kveldulf steering one and Skallagrim the other, and they rowed in quest of the ship.
"The Book of Were-Wolves"
Sabine Baring-Gould
Then I Busked mysel' wi' speed, And the neighbors cried "What need?
"Mopsa the Fairy"
Jean Ingelow
The hardy Soldan saw him come in haste, Yet neither stepped aside nor shrunk for fear, But Busked him bold to fight, aloft he cast His blade, prepared to strike, and stepped near, These noble princes twain, so Fortune wrought From the world's end here met, and here they fought: L With virtue, fury; strength with courage strove, For Asia's mighty empire, who can tell With how strange force their cruel blows they drove?
"Jerusalem Delivered"
Torquato Tasso

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