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rust-colored

[ruhst-kuhl-erd] /ˈrʌstˌkʌl ərd/
adjective
1.
of the color rust.
Origin
1685-1695
1685-95
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  • Cool, moist weather can promote rust, a fungus that causes rust-colored pustules on leaves' undersides.
  • We pitched tents near a clear stream, with rust-colored crabs flitting through the shallows.
  • They are strong drivers, and the sleds glide easily on the ice-covered ponds and over the purple and rust-colored hummocks.
  • Over the rocky levels of the mountain was a streak of rust-colored air.
  • If it looks rust-colored in pictures, it looks rust-colored on the plate.
  • Dark but weirdly translucent, they disappear in waves below the rust-colored broth and re-emerge at the other end of the bowl.
  • The planet today is essentially a bone-dry expanse of frigid, rust-colored desert.
  • The room is modern and tasteful, large and airy, with rust-colored walls and wood-and-leather chairs that match.
  • rust-colored sediment was observed at this discharge point.
  • Fur color is gray with rust-colored areas under the throat, on the sides of the neck, and on the legs.

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