Of course he said the same thing about an old, rusty birdcage he found.
If you hurry, you'll still find sun-kissed yellows, rusty reds, and an orange so piquant you'll want a bite out of it.
Across the world, a rusty World War II fort floats off the English coast.
Watching it, you could swear you were 200 feet under the ocean, stuck in this rusty tomato can.
Elisabeth bore all seven children on her own, cutting the umbilical cords with a pair of rusty scissors.
The scales along his back and flanks turned from rusty brown to a dull lurid red.
Good—that will give rusty time to get aboard with these trays and my baggage.
Fitz obeyed her, bringing the bunch of keys, rusty and black from being concealed in a thousand different hiding-places.
He goes to make a swipe at figure on other side of stairs—sees rusty.
The dog's wild eyes shone in little slits of dusky fire through the rusty thicket of gray hair which overhung them.
Old English rustig; see rust (n.) + -y (2). Cognate with Frisian roastich, Middle Dutch roestich, Dutch roestig, Old High German rostag, German rostig. "In the 16th and 17th centuries frequently used as a term of general disparagement" [OED]. Of bodily skills, "impaired by neglect," from c.1500; of mental qualities, accomplishments, etc., first attested 1796.