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rusty

(rust'e) [AS. rustig]
Reddish; resembling or containing rust. Synonym: rubiginous
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Their rustiness had gone, so we hope we won't be showing any rustiness on Friday night.
There was a bit of rustiness in our execution but we've got to step it up next week - and I think we'll be more fluid then," said Noble.
Leinart was bothered by tendinitis in the summer and USC coach Pete Carroll said he wants the quarterback to throw harder this week to get rid of any rustiness.
Alexander Banquet had been restricted to just one outing since he chased home his stable mate in this race 12 months ago, yet there was no sign of rustiness as the 3-1 shot went one better Sole British challenger Behrajan stayed on strongly under Norman Williamson but could not catch the winner who won by a length-and-a-half.
However rustiness due to their last game going back to January 19 in the Principality Cup nearly proved costly as Treorchy came back in the second half.
There was a bit of rustiness, but now I have got that match practice under my belt, hopefully I can build on that and my speeds go up rather than down.
Bell showed no rustiness and his save from Calum Ferguson's spot-kick was the highlight.
OLD Rishworthians shook off the rustiness of a month-long lay-off to register their first away win in Yorkshire II as they beat bottom side Baildon 13-6.
Whether you put it down to rustiness with it being his first game back I don't know.
I r un a mile in under five minutes - b ut it's just going to take time to get over the rustiness.
The preparation will help us too as the practice matches will play a huge role in removing the rustiness that may have crept in.
I think we have to put that down to a little bit of rustiness," Cook said of a batting display which featured an afternoon collapse of six wickets for 52 runs.