dustyfoot

noun
plural dustyfeet or dustyfoots

Definition of dustyfoot

Scottish
: a wayfaring peddler — compare court of piepoudre

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History and Etymology for dustyfoot

Middle English dustiefute, from dustie, dusty dusty + fute, fot foot; translation of Anglo-French piepowdrous

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