Definition of dusty
dustilyplay \ˈdəs-tə-lē\ adverb
dustinessplay \-tē-nəs\ noun
Examples of dusty in a Sentence
He pulled dusty candlesticks from the shelf.
His new tie is a dusty blue.
Recent Examples of dusty from the Web
There was one colorful chevron dress, a vibrant red coat, and splashes of brightly colored tulle, although most of the sheer gowns were in dusty colors.
Powdery mildew is the most common disease, which first appears as a nickel-sized greyish dusty spot.
Eventually, they were driven to a remote site in the 7000 block of Grand Boulevard, Hobart, where Woods and another co-defendant walked them at gunpoint down a dusty path and into the woods.
However, given the technical difficulties, dusty weather, and crowded launch rails, any team that flew a rocket and landed a payload successfully celebrated like World Series champions.
Drag Race pulled me out of a winter funk, like some dusty wig snatched from a queen's scalp.
The flakes stayed mauve, the milk stayed white, and the whole thing tasted like thick cups of dusty corn.
Several hundred people lined the dusty road to meet the officials at the remote airstrip, while rail-thin camels and goats roamed in the bushes.
Buy on Amazon Get dad’s LPs out of the dusty old milkcrate and into this gorgeous record holder.
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First Known Use of dusty
DUSTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dusty for English Language Learners
: filled or covered with dust
: slightly gray : somewhat dark or dull in color
DUSTY Defined for Kids
Definition of dusty for Students
1 : filled or covered with dust
2 : resembling dust dusty soil
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