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rusty

(rust'e) [AS. rustig]
Reddish; resembling or containing rust. Synonym: rubiginous
References in classic literature ?
And, with a strong effort of both hands, Peter did force the rusty key through the intricacies of the rusty lock.
Accordingly the chloroform was procured, and the next morning Rusty was lured to his doom.
But at dusk Phil declared that Rusty must be buried.
But, when the box was lifted in the morning, Rusty bounded at one gay leap to Anne's shoulder where he began to lick her face affectionately.
Rusty went rolling helplessly over on the rug; he picked himself up dazedly.
And Rusty has to learn he isn't the only cat in the world.
Eventually Joseph and Rusty accepted the situation and from sworn enemies became sworn friends.
You wouldn't have thought Rusty very decent if you'd seen him when he came here," said Stella.
In September 2014, he began hand-writing a story that would later become his debut novel, A Rusty Story, a fantastic piece of fiction.
Fearing pickup and lockup by the sinister appearing watchdogs, Rusty flees through the ventilation pipes
Russell McCreath - known as Rusty - cuts a distinctive figure with his dishevelled looks, bushy beard and long locks.
Sure, it's a birthday bash for Rusty Shovels drummer and guitarist Jason Macierowski, but that's not the only reason to hit this show: Rusty Shovels is a pretty exciting band all on its own.