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small particles of earth or other matter suspended in the air. It is reported as "DU" in an observation and for wide spread dust on the METAR.

(in space) . See interstellar medium.

An insecticide (or pesticide) which is formulated to be used as a dry powder.

An air suspension (aerosol) or particles of any solid material, usually with particle size less than 100 microns.

1. heroin2. cocaine 3. marijuana mixed with phencyclidine 4. to kill, to murder 5. to add phencyclidine or another powdered drug to marijuana 6. to get high on Angel Dust 

1) a lie; 2) the deep, fine dust of the outback roads.

crust (on a pie)

wind, whirly or dust twister

a person from the northern Territory

smb. is thick as a brick

if smb. is playing cards or dice and looking for a bit of luck, he says he puts a little woffle dust on it, though there’s no such thing and he doesn’t actually put any dust on his cards or dice; it's just a slang for luck

dustdust (?), n. [as. dust; cf. lg. dust, d. duist meal dust, od. doest, donst, and g. dunst vapor, ohg. tunist, dunist, a blowing, wind, icel. dust dust, dan. dyst mill dust; perh. akin to l. fumus smoke, e. fume. &?;.] 1. fine, dry particles of earth or other matter, so comminuted that they may be raised and wafted by the wind; that which is crumbled too minute portions; fine powder; as, clouds of dust; bone dust. dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return. iii. 19. stop! -- for thy tread is on an empire's dust. 2. a single particle of earth or other matter. [r.] "to touch a dust of england's ground." 3. the earth, as the resting place of the dead. for now shall sleep in the dust. 21. 4. the earthy remains of bodies once alive; the remains of the human body. and you may carve a shrine about my dust. 5. figuratively, a worthless thing. and by the merit of vile gold, dross, dust. 6. figuratively, a low or mean condition. [god] raiseth up the poor out of the dust. ii. 8. 7. gold dust; hence: (slang) coined money; cash.   similar words(22) 

 rag dust  cupel dust  in dust and ashes  dust cover  dust brand  to throw dust in one`s eyes  to beat the dust  to bite the dust  dust-point  dust jacket  malt dust  to dust one`s jacket  to lick the dust  diamond dust  radioactive dust  gold dust  down with the dust  interplanetary dust  brick dust  dust wrapper  bone dust  raise or kick up dust 

(v. t.)

To sprinkle with dust.  

(v. t.)

To reduce to a fine powder; to levigate.  

(v. t.)

To free from dust; to brush, wipe, or sweep away dust from; as, to dust a table or a floor.  


The earthy remains of bodies once alive; the remains of the human body.  


The earth, as the resting place of the dead.  


Gold dust  


Fine, dry particles of earth or other matter, so comminuted that they may be raised and wafted by the wind; that which is crumbled too minute portions; fine powder; as, clouds of dust; bone dust.  


Figuratively, a worthless thing.  


Figuratively, a low or mean condition.  


Coined money; cash.  


A single particle of earth or other matter.  

ruined, dead, done for, toast If you smuggle drugs into the US, you're dust. you'll go to jail.

MeaningA fight.OriginRefers to the dust raised in a scuffle.

OriginFrom the english burial Service. from the Bible, genesis iii 19 'Dust thou art, and unto dust thou shalt return.'

MeaningDie or fall prostrate to the ground. OriginFrom the Bible, old Testament, psalms lxxii. 6 - his enemies shall lick the dust. used later in many B-feature cowboy movies.

ruined, dead, done for, toast If you smuggle drugs into the US, you're dust. you'll go to jail.

Noun1. fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air; "the furniture was covered with dust" (hypernym) particulate, particulate matter (hyponym) chalk dust2. the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up (synonym) debris, junk, rubble, detritus (hypernym) rubbish, trash, scrap (hyponym) slack3. free microscopic particles of solid material; "astronomers say that the empty space between planets actually contains measurable amounts of dust" (hypernym) material, stuff (hyponym) interplanetary dust (derivation) scatter, sprinkle, dot, disperseVerb1. remove the dust from; "dust the cabinets" (hypernym) clean, make clean (entail) remove, take, take away, withdraw2. rub the dust over a surface so as to blur the outlines of a shape; "The artist dusted the charcoal drawing down to a faint image" (hypernym) smear, blur, smudge, smutch (derivation) debris, junk, rubble, detritus3. cover with a light dusting of a substance; "dust the bread with flour" (hypernym) cover4. distribute loosely; "He scattered gun powder under the wagon" (synonym) scatter, sprinkle, dot, disperse (hypernym) discharge (hyponym) spray



Blodwaith = n. meal dust

Ffylor = n. dust, powder

Goflawd = n. mill dust

Llwch = n. dust, or powder

Llychiog = a. abounding with dust; powdery

Llychlyd = a. dusty, full of dust

Llychyn = n. particle of dust

Pain = n. bloom; fine dust; farina

Pylor = n. dust, powder

Trewlwch = n. sneeze dust, snuff


See: mourning   

dust; lead  


dust; lead; a fawn  

storms of sand and dust sometimes overtake eastern travellers. they are very dreadful, many perishing under them. jehovah threatens to bring on the land of Israel, as a punishment for forsaking him, a rain of "powder and dust" (Deut. 28:24). To cast dust on the head was a sign of mourning (Josh. 7:6); and to sit in dust, of extreme affliction (Isa. 47:1). "Dust" is used to denote the grave (Job 7:21). "To shake off the dust from one's feet" against another is to renounce all future intercourse with him (Matt. 10:14; acts 13:51). To "lick the dust" is a sign of abject submission (Ps. 72:9); and to throw dust at one is a sign of abhorrence (2 Sam. 16:13; comp. acts 22:23).

Dust is a general name for minute solid particles with diameters less than 500 micrometers. On Earth, dust occurs in the atmosphere from various sources; soil dust lifted up by wind, volcanic eruptions, and pollution are some examples. airborne dust is considered an aerosol and can have a strong local radiative forcing on the atmosphere and significant effects on climate. In addition, if enough of the minute particles are dispersed within the air in a given area (such as flour or coal dust), under certain circumstances this can be an explosion hazard.


To dream of dust covering you, denotes that you will be slightly injured in business by the failure of others. for a young woman, this denotes that she will be set aside by her lover for a newer flame. If you free yourself of the dust by using judicious measures, you will clear up the loss.  

dreams die hard and you hold them in your hands long after they've turned to dust.  

fear of dust

the smallest grade of tea, typically associated with lower quality. dust is prized for its quick extraction and is commonly used in teabags.

solid particulate matter that can become airborne.


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