- a person or thing that dusts
- a brush or cloth for removing dust from furniture, etc.
- a device for sprinkling on a powder, as for applying an insecticide
- a lightweight coat worn to protect the clothes from dust, as formerly in open automobiles
- a short, loose, lightweight housecoat
- One that dusts, especially:a. A cloth or brush used to remove dust.b. A device for sifting or scattering a powdered substance.
- a. A smock worn to protect one's clothing from dust.b. A full-length coat, often slit up the back to the knees or waist, serving a similar purpose.
- a. A loose dress-length housecoat.b. A light, loose, usually three-quarter-length top, often worn over a blouse or as part of a set with pants.
- An object, now especially a cloth, used for dusting surfaces etc.
- Someone who dusts.
- A light, loose-fitting long coat.
- (paper-making) A revolving wire-cloth cylinder which removes the dust from rags, etc.
- (milling) A blowing-machine for separating the flour from the bran.
- (oil and gas) A dry drill hole, one that does not produce oil or gas.
OriginSee also: düster
dust + -er
- You can also buy seamed stockings and high-heel marabou pumps from them, but you'll have to get the feather duster separately.
- Care should also be taken when dusting earring trees to ensure that the earrings do not get caught on the duster.
- It's available in black and is emblazoned with the company's logo, as well as some edgy artwork (a skull, knuckle duster and spiders are just a few examples).
- Wahl 79524 26-Piece Deluxe Hair Clipper Kit - powerful motor for cutting thicker hair, 10 guide combs, scissors, hair clips, cape, neck duster, storage box and how-to DVD included, $27.
- Step Three Open each set of mini blinds and work the duster in between each set, much as you would use floss in between your teeth, you want to clean in between each mini blind.