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- adv. In a rusty manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a rusty state.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a rusty state; in such a manner as to suggest rustiness.
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It no doubt helped that my name was rustily familiar.
It showed rustily through the creeping vines which overran it.
England's batters, with the exception Alastair Cook , have performed rustily in their two warm-up games, against a Pakistan Cricket Board XI and a team made up of players from ICC associate and affiliate nations, but then that's why they have warm-up games.
Like when you trip over an old plough left in a spinney between fields, and when you've finished having a good swear you discover the maker's name embossed on a crossbar shouting back at you, albeit somewhat rustily.
"Wait, Ryan couldn't have seen -", his wheels were turning rustily.
Lowten, holding the door half open, was in conversation with a rustily – clad, miserable – looking man, in boots without toes and gloves without fingers.
Some of the windows had been walled up; of those that remained, all the lower were rustily barred.
Flintwinch screwed this out of himself, unwillingly and rustily.
If he be seeking his own star as he methodically turns and turns upon the leads, it should be but a pale one to be so rustily represented below.
They squeaked rustily as she opened them wide enough to squeeze through, and for a moment she froze, eyes pinned on the silent house.