dusty

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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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dusty ‎(comparative dustier, superlative dustiest)

  1. Covered with dust.
  2. Powdery and resembling dust.
  3. Grey in parts.

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