Definition of encrust in English:
1Cover (something) with a hard surface layer: the mussels encrust navigation buoys (as adjective encrusted) the dried and encrusted blood
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- They are covered in encrusting life and soft corals and often surrounded by big pollack and schooling fish.
- Steep sloping walls and cascading waterfalls of coral encrusted the features like a blanket of molten lava.
- There is a good covering of marine life, and many rocks are encrusted by a hard pink growth.
1.1 [no object] Form a crust.
Words that rhyme with encrustadjust, august, bust, combust, crust, dust, entrust, gust, just, lust, mistrust, must, robust, rust, thrust, trust, undiscussed
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