- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rust.
“One of the most noticeable of the rusts is the cedar rust”
“I've been looking out for an adventure; but the big game is getting shy, and my sword rusts in his scabbard.”
“People used to make air tanks our of them - not a good idea because compressed air contains moisture and it rusts the jug from the inside out which can cause catastrophic failure under pressure.”
“Steel rusts slowly, and in most bodies of water, rust doesn't pose a threat to fish or drinking water," he said.”
“The living room was done in earth tones; a combination of browns, beiges and rusts.”
“Yes | No | Report from cas0905 wrote 8 sec ago good for a fishing knife with the pliers and knife rusts really easily though i got mine as a freebee so i cant complain”
“May 25, 2009 at 1: 47 AM in the old days, we also use candle sticks to unstuck a stuck trouser zippers coz back then they were made of metal that also rusts.”
“Stainless steel rusts much more slowly than blued steel.”
“Stirring 'War Horse' races with the classics but falls short; 'Iron Lady' rusts despite Streep.”
“If we build a F-22, sure some people are employed, but not that many, and the F-22 just gets blown up or rusts off somewhere.”
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