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rusty

(rust'e) [AS. rustig]
Reddish; resembling or containing rust. Synonym: rubiginous
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45pm, but Onions showed no rustiness from his time in the pavilion with an immediate strike.
The Morpeth Harrier was having his first outing since finishing seventh in the Blaydon Race in June but he showed no signs of rustiness as he stormed home in 30min 26sec, five seconds outside his own course record which, if had broken it, would have earned him an extra pounds 100 in prize money.
After the Spaniard overcame his initial rustiness he proceeded to produce a measured display of passing during the 45 minutes.
But there was no hint of rustiness as she left all but two riders struggling to keep up with a blistering attack on the first lap of the 108.
But any sign of rustiness for the junior quarterback, making his second start with the Kingsmen, disappeared by the second quarter as he ignited an offensive spree that gave CLU a 30-6 victory over visiting La Verne.
Henman's match was delayed following his run to the final last week in Basle and the Briton showed his rustiness when he lost the first set 6-4.
It was the 20-year-old former Arsenal star's first start in five months and the Londoner showed no signs of rustiness.
Holding these Twenty20 and one-day matches is important since it will help remove the rustiness that may have crept in.
Rustiness should not be a problem for Del Potro judging by the way he helped his country dismiss Kazakhstan in a recent Davis Cup contest.
B'ham U-18 5, W'oe U-18 10 THIS was Billingham's first game in a month and the rustiness was evident.
At times I thought I had done all right; the odd time I got caught when I was running with it, but that is just rustiness.
It's been almost seven weeks since Lions were last on their travels following a glut of home league and cup fixtures but following the postponement of last weekend's National Trophy tie with Bridgwater & Albion, they will be out to show no signs of rustiness at Kingsey Road.