Thesaurus / crusted


Crusts were covered with yards of new snow, that crusted and were snow-covered again.

Smoke BellewJack London

He was powerfully built, naked but for a girdled loincloth, which was stained with blood and crusted with dried mire.

Shadows in the MoonlightRobert E. Howard

They are covered with a gummy, grayish-yellow deposit or they may be crusted.

Essentials of Diseases of the SkinHenry Weightman Stelwagon

The grandee's chair, crusted with carving, was borne along in state.

The Portal of DreamsCharles Neville Buck

Poor shuffling Charles the First, crusted over with weakness and folly, deep down in him at last we find the great gentleman.

Crusted over it in long streaks from above were tongues of ice.

The Time TradersAndre Norton

The torso was enveloped in silver-threaded damask, which was crusted with jewelleries and bordered with marten.

L-basJ. K. Huysmans

Both services have curious and crusted tales bearing on this head.

A Fleet in BeingRudyard Kipling

They were huge caracks, high-ended and portly, with red sides and bulwarks carved and crusted with gold.

Sir NigelArthur Conan Doyle

The snow in the woods is crusted and bore us up well so that we traveled with ease and soon reached the crest.

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