One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I knew he was going to improve for that race because he raced rustily that day.’
- ‘The gate latch creaked rustily when he opened it, but his braying would probably cover that up.’
- ‘Even when state and federal assistance cranked rustily into gear, the helicopter-loads of armed police and soldiers flooding into the city gave the appearance of an invasion as much as a rescue.’
- ‘She started a little rustily, but soon, she was doing fantastic.’
- ‘There are none of those solidly heroic symbols of universally uniting workers, or the international solidarity of metal and dogma bashers that are such a rustily ironic feature of state socialism elsewhere.’
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