I was listening to a old song, but I found that some of the words in the lyrics made me confused. Here is the sentence:
I was never in love, never had the time in my hustle and hurry world.
Question 1, the meanings of the words, hustle and hurry are almost the same, am I right? When I am writing, is it grammatical to use the words with equivalent meanings in the same sentence? If it is grammatical, what is this kind of grammar called?
Question 2, both hustle and hurry are not adjective in the above given sentence, but in my opinion, they are describing and emphasizing the word, world. Isn't it strange? or just I am thinking it too much?