Definition of Rustres

1. rustre [n] - See also: rustre



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rustres

rustlers
rustles
rustless
rustlessness
rustlike
rustling
rustlingly
rustlings
rustly
rustproof
rustproofed
rustproofing
rustproofs
rustre
rustred
rustres (current term)
rusts
rustumite
rusty
rusty blackbird
rusty grackle
rusty nail
rusty rig
rusty sputum
rusty tinamou
rusty tinamous
rusty woodsia
ruta-baga

Literary usage of Rustres

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1. A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry by Henry Gough, James Parker (1894)
"Argent, a fesse between three rustres sable—PARRY, Ireland. Sable, (fr. sable): the heraldic term for black, the term being probably derived from certain ..."

2. Proceedings by International Congress of Americanists (1878)
"Item (1) disent que là ils trouvèrent des Indiens rustres, nuds comme- venant du ventre de la mère, hommes et femmes, bien peu y en ayant ..."

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