| Sentences of incrustation|
n. hard outer layer that covers something
In dry dock, we scraped off the incrustation of dirt and barnacles that covered the hull of the ship.
Sentence in Classic:
Full in this rapid wake, and many fathoms in the rear, swam a huge, humped old bull, which by his comparatively slow progress, as well as by the unusual yellowish incrustations overgrowing him, seemed afflicted with the jaundice, or some other infirmity.
Moby Dick By Herman Melville Context
Upon this uneven floor, where the dirt seemed to be fairly incrusted, and which possessed but one virginity, that of the broom, were capriciously grouped constellations of old shoes, socks, and repulsive rags; however, this room had a fireplace, so it was let for forty francs a year.
Les Misérables (V3) By Victor Hugo Context