Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of the color of iron-rust; ferruginous.
- adj. having the brown color of rust
“Standing at the boards, Dad wore his best brown tweed sport coat — the one with a coordinated rust-colored silk hankie peeking from the outer pocket.”
“It dominates its oddly shaped polygonal patch of land at Wisconsin and Albemarle Street NW, a large, rust-colored form with an appealing and repetitive screen of vertical sunshades along its south and east faces.”
“Tap the screen and a beautiful woman will tell you in a reasonably convincing voice that your wispy, rust-colored comb-over actually looks really good now that you've dyed it Auburn Sunburst Conflagration.”
“In one mustard-yellow and rust-colored building, a group of archaeology students have gathered to discuss past trips to Mes Aynak and their hopes of one day returning.”
“Passing a deep river bed etched into the dry, rust-colored earth, I reflected that it was likely to be surging with spring runoff in a couple of months.”
“Brian Harkin for The Wall Street Journal City College of New York The rust-colored townhome, with four bedrooms and three bathrooms, measures 3,200 square feet, is currently on the market for $2 million.”
“When Schiavone's backhand sailed long on match point, Li fell to the court, covering the back of her white shirt with rust-colored clay.”
“As he was pushing the largest one, he noticed a large rust-colored smear on its surface.”
“I pulled gently on the miniature rust-colored door and looked inside, fearing gummy waste, pecked walls.”
“Russian, which didn't even hint at rust-colored edges in the glass.”
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