Definition of Dusters

1. Noun. (plural of duster) ¹



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Definition of Dusters

1. duster [n] - See also: duster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dusters

dustbins
dustbowl
dustbowls
dustbrush
dustbrushes
dustcart
dustcarts
dustcloth
dustcloths
dustcoat
dustcover
dustcovers
dusted
dusted off
duster
dusters (current term)
dustfall
dustfalls
dustfree
dustheap
dustheaps
dustier
dustiest
dustily
dustiness
dustinesses
dusting
dusting off
dusting powder
dustings

Literary usage of Dusters

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1. Commercial Nomenclature by John K. Chandler, John C. Redman, Virginia H. Wood, Caroline S. Larner (1897)
"dusters. dusters, bran. dusters, Carriage. dusters. Crape. dusters, Feather. dusters ... dusters, Wool. Dutch Metal. Máquinas Giratorias de Secar Mineral. ..."

2. A practical treatise on the manufacture of paper in all its branches by Carl Hofmann (1873)
"Use of dusters.—In many mills the cut rags are passed through several dusters; as, for instance, first through a devil or a railroad duster, ..."

3. The Overland Monthly by Bret Harte (1868)
"... OF FRENCH AND GERMAN FANCY BASKETS, English and American Willow Ware, TO BEADS, BRUSHES, FEATHER dusters, ..."

4. Sketches in Crude Oil: Some Accidents and Incidents of the Petroleum by John James McLaurin (1896)
"2, thirty rods west, was a small affair. dusters and light pumpers studded the road from Criswell to Petrolia, with the Hazelwood Oil-Company's ..."

5. Practical Guide for the Manufacture of Paper and Boards by Albert Prouteaux, Louis Sébastien Lenormand, Henry T. Brown (1866)
"dusters. The most simple apparatus consists of a truncated cone revolving upon the axis of the great circle, and upon two rollers running in a groove round ..."

6. Handbook for England and Wales: Alphabetically Arranged for the Use of by John Murray (Firm) (1878)
"Sti-ain dusters. Salisbury. General. Here is the dite!: Twer, the time of which is regulated astronomically. It is illuminated at nicht. Clarence. Irish. ..."

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