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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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to scatter or release in drops or small particles

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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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Five decades later the first confirmed dust-jacket with flaps appeared on The Keepsake .
But with first editions, the condition of the dust-jacket is everything.
The dust-jacket of Tanselle's book nicely illustrates this.
The dust-jacket is worth seeing for itself, but one wonders how much of a book's cost results from such elaborateness?
Duration is the text, the actor just a dust-jacket, the hook to get you in there.
Five years later, Kidd took a slyly humorous approach to David Sedaris's Naked, placing an image of boxers on the dust-jacket.
Working from this framework, the following chapters concentrate on artists and ideas that make the book far more particularly relevant to scholars of the Renaissance than its title or dust-jacket (showing a Rembrandt self-portrait) would lead one to believe.
Casino Royale fetches up to pounds 8,000 in a dust-jacket.
The title of this book, written, so the dust-jacket informs us, by an author enjoying long professional experience in hospitals, accurately conveys its content and thesis.
Random House College's marketers challenged competitors in 1999 with the dust-jacket flag "Updated Annually.
He has a good eye for the amusing anecdote, though the dust-jacket claim that 'the book reads like a novel' is at times all too true.
The Unlikely Spy'' by Daniel Silva comes with the garish raised lettering on the dust-jacket that by the unwritten rules of book-cover semiotics normally identifies it as pulp, in this case a thriller in which civilization as we know it will be destroyed unless the hero catches the bad guys in time.