沙沙声, 瑟瑟声, 飒飒声, 急忙
n.a light noise, like the noise of silk clothing or leaves blowing in the wind
v.make a dry crackling sound
○ rustling silk
○ the dry leaves were rustling in the breeze
Suddenly he heard a rustle in the peony pavilion and someone sighing deeply.
I'll buy it back just AS soon AS I rustle some cASh.
If I ask them nicely, I'll BET the kitchen can rustle up a dish of rice pudding for her, too, She smiled at Helen
I'll try and rustle up something to EAT.
The exquisitely furnished room was silent except FOR the rustle of the parrot in its cage as it preened its feathers
Can you rustle up some men to heLP us?
She heard a rustle In the bushes.
It was not only a great book.It would cause a rustle In the dovecotes,for In it he had pilloried everyone who had ever Insulted or Injured him.
She was a netle in which the rustle of the cassock was visible
No matter when WE visit my mother unannounced,she always manages to rustle up a meal for us.