Dust

Dust,

Definition of Dust:

  1. Beat up or kill someone.

  2. Remove the dust from the surface of (something) by wiping or brushing it.

  3. An act of dusting.

  4. Airborne particulate matter ranging in diameter from 10 to 50 microns, generated by activities such as cutting, crushing, detonation, grinding, and handling of organic and inorganic matter such as coal, grain, metal, ore, rock, wood. Their presence in upper atmosphere can cause either a net warming or a net cooling effect, depending upon their surface color. Dust particles with black upper and gray or white lower surface would cause warming, whereas those with opposite color arrangement would cause cooling. Industrial dust (generated by cutting, drilling, grinding, or sawing) can pose health risks if inhaled and (because such particles usually are less than 10 microns in diameter) would be more hazardous due to its ability to embed deep into lungs and other tissue.

  5. Fine, dry powder consisting of tiny particles of earth or waste matter lying on the ground or on surfaces or carried in the air.

  6. Cover lightly with a powdered substance.

Synonyms of Dust

Sprinkle, Scatter, Powder, Dredge, Sift, Spray, Cover, Spread, Strew, Wipe, Clean, Buff, Brush, Sweep, Mop, Clean, Sweep, Wipe, Dust, Mop, Fine powder, Fine particles, Acres, Air, Air pollution, Alluvion, Alluvium, Altercation, Arable land, Ashes, Attritus, Bamboozle, Barrel, Beat, Beeline, Begrime, Bemire, Bemud, Besmoke, Besprinkle, Bickering, Biscuit, Bleach, Body, Bone, Bones, Bowdlerize, Bran, Bread, Bubble, Cadaver, Carcass, Carrion, Chaff, Chicane, Chip, Clamjamfry, Clay, Clean, Clean out, Clean up, Cleanse, Clear out, Clobber, Clod, Cobweb, Collateral, Cork, Corpse, Corpus delicti, Cosmic dust, Cracker, Crowbait, Crumb, Crumble, Crust, Culm, Dead body, Dead man, Dead person, Deadwood, Debris, Decedent, Delouse, Depurate, Deterge, Dirt, Dirty, Dirty up, Dishwater, Dispute, Dot, Down, Draff, Dredge, Dregs, Drub, Dry bones, Dry land, Dry-clean, Dust ball, Dust off, Dustup, Earth, Efflorescence, Embalmed corpse, Ether, Expurgate, Fairy, Falling-out, Fallout, Farina, Feather, Filings, Flimflam, Flit, Flour, Flue, Fluff, Fly, Foam, Food for worms, Fool, Fracas, Freehold, Freshen, Froth, Fuzz, Garbage, Gash, Glebe, Gossamer, Grassland, Grime, Grits, Groats, Ground, Gull, Hassle, Hasten, Hoax, Hogwash, Hoodwink, Hotfoot, Husks, Hustle, Junk, Kittens, Lambaste, Land, Landholdings, Larrup, Late lamented, Leavings, Lees, Lick, Lint, Lithosphere, Litter, Lumber, Lustrate, Marginal land, Marl, Meal, Mire, Mold, Mortal remains, Mote, Muck, Muck up, Mud, Muddy, Mummification, Mummy, Offal, Offscourings, Organic remains, Orts, Overwhelm, Parchment, Parings, Pepper, Potsherds, Powder, Powdering, Purge, Purify, Pussies, Raff, Rags, Raspings, Real estate, Real property, Reform, Refuse, Region, Regolith, Relics, Reliquiae, Remains, Riffraff, Row, Rubbish, Rubble, Run, Run-in, Sawdust, Scavenge, Scourings, Scrap, Scrap iron, Scraps, Scum, Shards, Shavings, Shellac, Shoddy, Skeleton, Slack, Slag, Slime, Slop, Slops, Smoke, Smut, Sod, Soil, Soot, Spatter, Speck, Speckle, Speed, Splatter, Sponge, Spot, Sprinkle, Sprinkling, Spruce, Spume, Steam-clean, Stick, Stiff, Straw, Stubble, Stud, Subaerial deposit, Subsoil, Sweep out, Sweepings, Sweeten, Swill, Tares, Tenement of clay, Terra, Terra firma, Terrain, Territory, The country, The dead, The deceased, The defunct, The departed, The loved one, Thistledown, Thrash, Tidy, Topsoil, Trash, Trick, Truck, Wastage, Waste, Waste matter, Wastepaper, Weeds, Whiten, Wipe, Wipe off, Wipe out, Wipe up, Woodland

How to use Dust in a sentence?

  1. A quick dust, to get rid of the cobwebs.
  2. I broke the vase I had been dusting.
  3. Roll out on a surface dusted with flour.
  4. The car sent up clouds of dust.

Meaning of Dust & Dust Definition