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Synonyms for dust

grime

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particles

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remove dust from

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bite the dust

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Synonyms for dust

to scatter or release in drops or small particles

Synonyms for dust

fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air

the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up

free microscopic particles of solid material

remove the dust from

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rub the dust over a surface so as to blur the outlines of a shape

cover with a light dusting of a substance

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I do emphasize to my clients that I'd rather not sell something than sell something and have it collecting dust.
95) is another knitting guide which addresses the problem of yarn collecting dust by presenting a host of new fashion options knitters can use to turn favorite yarns into modern trendy creations.
Is it any wonder that many budgets, once approved, are so often set aside (with disdain) and end up collecting dust during the succeeding 12-month operating period?
All my bolt guns have been collecting dust since the introduction of the Marlin Guide Gun series.
They have launched a campaign to try and encourage patients not to get repeat prescriptions which end up collecting dust in medicine cabinets.
More significantly, many voiced their desire to see the consultations' findings put into action, rather than sit on a shelf collecting dust.
As many as 3 million board seats are collecting dust, according to a report by the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton and Volunteer Consulting Group, a New York nonprofit that matches executives with nonprofit boards.
I must stop turning on the TV - then I'll read my books about the history of the world and astrology, all currently collecting dust on a shelf.
Unit is ideal for collecting dust from equipment such as tablet presses, capsule filling and polishing machines and sterile packaging equipment.
Outdated computers usually end up on a shelf collecting dust because individuals and businesses don't know what to do with them or may not feel comfortable throwing them in the trash.
With no moving parts, there is nothing to wear down and the sealed case means no more collecting dust.
No wonder most corporate plans end up collecting dust.
If you have free time, idle [printing] press time, empty hotel rooms or products sitting on the shelf collecting dust and you write checks out of your business account, you need to take a look at barter," says Mark Tracy, owner of the American Commerce Exchange in North Hollywood, California, which has 600 members in the Los Angeles area.
Peerflix's new cash-out option allows consumers to derive value from the growing number of seldom watched DVDs that are collecting dust on their shelves.
Anthony Catchpole We're a one club city, we have a stadium sitting there collecting dust.
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