from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Free of dust.
- adj. That does not generate dust.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without dust; as a dustless path.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Free from dust.
They were told by a building official is was OK, but later learned the city's codes on the issue were vague and the board began reviewing whether shell was a "dustless" material as required by the current code.
Today, there seems to be an increasing number of floor-sanding firms that tout "dustless" or
Herein lies an unexpected cautionary tale for managers both dusty and dustless.
In addition, I remember firmly F'lar et. al. finding before they went back in time, I think? in the deep hidden mysteriously dustless, because so well-sealed reaches of Benden Weyr a room with a bunch of gobsmackingly confusing stuff, including what if you read it really carefully and thought about it became clearly a diagram of the local solar system.
They leave things, too: cracked makeup cases and spent strings of firecrackers and graded arithmetic homework and dustless circles on a mantel where statuettes once stood.
Leaving the picnic basket in the kitchens, I returned to the late Beaton's surgery, now dustless and pristine after a visitation by Mrs. Fitz's energetic assistants.
Use a dustless method of cleaning such as washing with water and an effective detergent/wetting agent.
But then, as the final drops reach the ground and many more perch unsteadily on the now dustless leaves, at that unprotected moment, when you are not quite sure that it has finally ceased raining, and neither is the rain itself, in that very interstice, everything becomes serene.
I was drawn to one of the dustless white walls, which had a decorative plaster border, a representation of acorns and leaves.
Just a note: dbp, easy to remember just use a mnemonic device like say, dustless black pepper, for instance.
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