Crusting, if present, is to be removed by warm embrocations.
The tap hole was crusting over with cooling iron, still aglow.
Wild-eyed with despair she strove to pierce the opaque grey curtain which was crusting her face and hair with rime.
The crusting over some of the swamps readily supported a man walking upon it.
After the coffee was served, the crusting of ice in which Count Abel had incased himself began to thaw.
Thorvald obeyed his pull limply, lying face upward, sand in his hair and eyebrows, crusting his slack lips.
By two in the morning it was blowing a full gale, and the cold was crusting the water buckets in the veranda.
Snow was still falling, and the top sides of the plane were covered completely by a crusting of frozen sleet.
The crusting of ice was thicker; it changed to dark blue, and to black; the noise of the waters was the only guide.
The appearance of any tendency to crusting, to break down or ulcerate is significant of epitheliomatous degeneration.