Dusty meaning

dŭs'tē
Covered or filled with dust.
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Tinged with gray.
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Consisting of or resembling dust; powdery.
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Timeworn; stale.

The dusty precepts of a bygone era.

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Covered with dust; full of dust.
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Like dust; powdery.
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Muted with gray.

Dusty pink.

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Covered with dust.
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Powdery and resembling dust.
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Gray/grey in parts.
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A male given name, diminutive of Dustin.
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(UK) A nickname for someone with the surname Miller.
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Origin of dusty

  • From Middle English dusty, dusti, from Old English dūstiġ, dystiġ, dȳstiġ (“dusty”), equivalent to dust +‎ -y. Cognate with Dutch donzig (“cottony, downy, woolly”), German dunstig (“hazy, misty”).
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  • Derived from dusty, from the tendency of persons engaged in the milling of flour to become covered with flour dust.
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  • Derived from Dustin.
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