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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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The dustless loading spout addresses many of the safety and environmental issues present at transload facilities.
Moreover, the system is dustless, so inby working sections can remain active during wet rock dusting operations.
He wouldn't be taking her to Nueva Jersey, I assumed, but somewhere with verdant lawns and dustless houses, a place where newness hung in the air like perfume.
Her father's typewriter went clack-clack clack-clack-clack The clock awoke in dustless tin-dlen.
The least important indicator in this category was "availability of dustless atmosphere, fresh wind".
The Vacuu-Sponge[TM] combines all the convenience of a sanding sponge with the utility of a dustless sander.
The film plays with pristine resolution, my performance painfully vivid, the projection cast through the crisp, dustless air of Hillary's film room.
As a memorial for lynching victims, Blossom, with its silk leaves and dustless bark, felt too clean, too pat--especially in comparison to the video Cheshire.
The basic component of the docking system is the patented, split-zip fastener which joins two separate connections together, airtight and dustless.
Mills include Mikro pulverizer, which grinds, blends, and disperses in a single dustless operation.
Surveying the historical development of road pavement (Jones 1986), the author indicates that, since the end of the 19th century, road engineers in Europe have begun to use for road pavement a dustless material, known now as asphalt.
In addition, the process is completely dustless and can often be completed in as few as three to four days from statr to finish.
ERV (energy recovery ventilator) for fresh air introduction Dustless sanding system with HEPA filters used Formaldehyde-free fiberglass insulation Nontoxic interior paints, Iow-VOC wood sealers and water-based, Iow-VOC finish for hardwood floors