Thesaurus / rust

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This chainmail is rust-proof, and smooth enough it won’t damage any of the surfaces it can be used for.

Their invention is marked by layers of rust— banded iron formations—as iron reacted with the available oxygen.

Like many former industrial hotspots across the country, Kenosha would have to evolve to cope with the realities of a 21st century economy, or else rust away.

The cutter is made from anti-rust stainless steel and can go in the dishwasher.

Book Your Data does a great job of showing how rust badges and reviews featuring loyal and even popular customers can establish trust with new visitors right away.

Lizzie, indeed, is fond of work; she is busy all day long, and it is evident that her sewing-machine is not allowed to rust.

London's HeartB. L. (Benjamin Leopold) Farjeon

I am afraid that I have allowed myself to rust in many ways.

The Yellow HouseE. Phillips Oppenheim

Clement was too sensible of Michelangelo's merit to allow him to rust out his powers in petty tasks.

The slightest spot of dew or rain upon it produces a spot of rust which takes weeks of constant rubbing to efface.

VeniceDorothy Menpes

Gracious and commanding, he made his friends welcome with a courtly ease which no brooding years of solitude could rust.

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