rustless

[ruhst-lis]

Origin of rustless

First recorded in 1835–45; rust + -less
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Examples from the Web for rustless

Historical Examples of rustless

  • That is to say, it must be unkinked, rustless, and unscored.

  • The sights of his rifle showed clean as the rustless barrel rested on a log.

    The Roof Tree

    Charles Neville Buck

  • It should be suspended by rustless black chains and eyebolts passing through the lower rails.

    Mission Furniture

    H. H. Windsor

  • Rustless, life-born, living-tissued old wood: rustless as flesh is rustless, and happy-seeming as iron never can be.

    Sea and Sardinia

    D. H. Lawrence