01. The young boy left his bicycle out in the rain for weeks, so it gradually began to [rust].
02. We have to replace some of the pipes in our plumbing because they are [rusted].
03. This new protective coating helps your car to resist [rust].
04. Our van has a lot of [rust] from the salt they put on the roads in winter.
05. He had to go see a doctor after stepping on a [rusty] nail.
06. He got an infection after cutting himself on a [rusty] piece of metal on his bicycle.
07. She hasn't used her Chinese in a couple of years, so it's getting [rusty].
08. You should bring your bicycle inside when it rains so that it doesn't [rust].
09. The hills are a [rusty] brown color because there is a lot of iron in the rock.
10. He left his toy trucks outside for a few weeks and they got all [rusted].
11. The lock on the garden shed has [rusted] shut, and I can't get it open.
12. I took a wire brush to the handlebars of my motorcycle to scrub the [rust] off.
13. His basketball skills have gotten [rusty] since he quit the team last year.
14. Someone once said that most people [rust] out due to lack of challenge. Few people [rust] out due to overuse.
15. A special paint is used on the Golden Gate Bridge to keep it from [rusting].
16. An Estonian proverb notes that old love does not [rust].
17. A German proverb holds that rest breeds [rust].
18. The London Evening Standard once suggested that the tanned appearance of many Londoners is not sunburn - it is [rust].
19. Neil Young sang, "It's better to burn out than it is to [rust]."

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