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rusticating

/ ˈrʌstɪˌkeɪtɪŋ /

noun

  1. (in New Zealand) a wide type of weatherboarding used in older houses


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Derived Forms

  • ˈrustiˌcated, adjective

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Example Sentences

For even in rure it is evident that friends made it a duty of friendship to seek out and relieve their rusticating friends.

Warrant returned 'non est inventus'; but whether he has left the colony, or is merely rusticating, does not appear.

Are few, as they are merely employed in carrying corn to the country wind-mills, or with families rusticating in the country.

The president of your company is rusticating a few miles from here, Mrs. 144 Tucker asserted on the third.

Society, in a body, appeared to be rusticating at Santa Catalina.

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