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rusty-dusty

n. the posterior; the buttocks. (see also duster.) I almost kicked him in the rusty-dusty.
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Craning her head to investigate, Anne, for the first time, saw Rusty.
We can't keep two cats; and if we did this Rusty Coat would fight all the time with the Sarah-cat.
Here was a naked and rusty sword, not a sword of service, but a gentleman's small French rapier, which had never left its scabbard till it lost it.
What seemed most to the purpose was a rusty key, which had been thrust into a chink of the wall, with a wooden label appended to the handle, bearing the initials, P.
In one place there was a public building which was fenced about with a thick, rusty chain, which sagged from post to post in a succession of low swings.
There was a fire in the rusty grate (for though the spring was pretty far advanced, the nights were cold), and on a stool beside it Hugh sat smoking.
So--with many a cold, deep heart-quake at the idea of at last coming into sordid contact with the world, from which she had so long kept aloof, while every added day of seclusion had rolled another stone against the cavern door of her hermitage--the poor thing bethought herself of the ancient shop-window, the rusty scales, and dusty till.
I knew the warrior's secret now; I knew the hollow vanity of his rusty trumpery, and despised his asinine complacency.
Upon this, a dry old man appeared, whom Mr Dorrit thought he identified by his gaiters, as the rusty screw.
But the swords of their descendents had grown rusty by disuse.
asked Marilla with another rusty smile as she picked up the teapot.
They tried to push up a rusty nail between the window sashes; but it was of no use, especially without a light.
EVIDENTLY that gate is never opened, for the long grass and the great hemlocks grow close against it, and if it were opened, it is so rusty that the force necessary to turn it on its hinges would be likely to pull down the square stone-built pillars, to the detriment of the two stone lionesses which grin with a doubtful carnivorous affability above a coat of arms surmounting each of the pillars.
Presently he began to sing for us--a thin, rusty little chirp.
One day the planks stream with freshets of blood and oil; on the sacred quarter-deck enormous masses of the whale's head are profanely piled; great rusty casks lie about, as in a brewery yard; the smoke from the try-works has besooted all the bulwarks; the mariners go about suffused with unctuousness; the entire ship seems great leviathan himself; while on all hands the din is deafening.