Duster meaning

dŭstər
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A person or thing that dusts.
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One that dusts, especially:
  • A cloth or brush used to remove dust.
  • A device for sifting or scattering a powdered substance.
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A smock worn to protect one's clothing from dust.
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A brush or cloth for removing dust from furniture, etc.
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A device for sprinkling on a powder, as for applying an insecticide.
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A lightweight coat worn to protect the clothes from dust, as formerly in open automobiles.
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A short, loose, lightweight housecoat.
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An object, now especially a cloth, used for dusting surfaces etc.
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Someone who dusts.
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A light, loose-fitting long coat.
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(paper-making) A revolving wire-cloth cylinder which removes the dust from rags, etc.
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(milling) A blowing-machine for separating the flour from the bran.
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(oil and gas) A dry drill hole, one that does not produce oil or gas.
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Origin of duster

  • dust +‎ -er

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