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rustle in Colours & sounds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrustlerus‧tle1 /ˈrʌsəl/ verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]CSOUND if leaves, papers, clothes etc rustle, or if you rustle them, they make a noise as they rub against each other She moved nearer, her long silk skirt rustling around her. He rustled the papers on his desk.2 [transitive]HBATASTEAL to steal farm animals such as cattle, horses, or sheep rustle something ↔ up→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
rustleHer taffeta dress rustles as she moves past.Creaking leather jackets, well-rubbed denim rustling between those confident thighs.The tissue paper rustled in the silence as she unwrapped the gift.Leaves rustled in the summer breeze.But there was a line of light at the bottom of the door; and inside the rustling of paper.A gentle breeze blew through the windows, lightly rustling the curtains.Janie asked in a tight voice, while Megan rustled the hair on my head.A light breeze rustled the treetops.The only sound now was their feet rustling through the shore grass, coarse and hard from countless tides of salt water.Surely one of the press lords could rustle up a limousine for her use?