Definition of Dust bag

1. Noun. A bag into which dirt is sucked by a vacuum cleaner.

Exact synonyms: Vacuum Bag
Generic synonyms: Bag
Group relationships: Vacuum, Vacuum Cleaner



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dust Bag

duskly
duskness
dusks
dusktime
dusky
dusky-footed woodrat
dusky salamander
dusky shark
dusmatovite
dussertite
dust
dust-covered
dust-off
dust-up
dust asthma
dust bag (current term)
dust ball
dust bin
dust bins
dust bowl
dust bunnies
dust bunny
dust cell
dust cloth
dust cloud
dust coat
dust contamination
dust corpuscles
dust cover
dust devil

Literary usage of Dust bag

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1. Guide to the County Archives of California by California Historical Survey Commission, John Francis Davis (1919)
"But it Is ordered that the four last punishments be remitted provided the said defendant make in the meantime restitution of the said gold dust bag and ..."

2. The Mosquitoes of North and Central America and the West Indies by Leland Ossian Howard, Harrison Gray Dyar, Frederick Knab (1912)
"Doctor Phillips states that when the flies get into the dust-bag there is no chance for escape as they are covered with dust and soon die. ..."

3. The Fairy-land of Science by Arabella Burton Buckley (1893)
"together, has here grown out into a long thread ab, with a little dust-bag at one end only. In I, Fig. 60, you only see one of these stems, ..."

4. Out West: A Magazine of the Old Pacific and the New by Charles Fletcher Lummis, Archaeological Institute of America Southwest Society, Sequoya League (1903)
"It was discovered later that the dust bag in question, which the driver had supposed was in the express box, was actually under the rear seat, ..."

5. The Fairy-land of Science by Arabella Burton Buckley Fisher (1888)
"together, has here grown out into a long thread ab, with a little dust-bag at one end only. In I, Fig. 60, you only see one of these stems, ..."

6. Proceedings of the second Pan American scientific congress: Washington, U. S by Glen Levin Swiggett (1917)
"... laying by sprays, attention should be directed to the dust-bag collector and separator system and to the Cottrell electrical precipitation devices for ..."

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