Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of dustcloth.

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Examples

  • They work alongside me with their own dustcloths and brooms when it's time to clean.

    The Blessing of Work

  • The children emerged as if by magic from beneath dustcloths, under the dolls house, behind the curtains.

    The House at Riverton

  • The children emerged as if by magic from beneath dustcloths, under the dolls house, behind the curtains.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection

  • It was satisfying work – and I loved the sense of accomplishment when I cleared away all the dustcloths and paint cans, and was able to look at the clean, airy apartment I had created.

    State of the Union

  • The artwork had been crated and the furniture was either already gone, or covered with white dustcloths.

    Second Skin

  • Caroline felt in the way as servants hurried from one room to another with dustcloths and pails of water in their hands.

    Rebellious Desire

  • The door to the kitchen steps is festooned with aprons; there are also a few hooks with dustcloths and a brush.

    Tales From The Secret Annex

  • Arkady and Pribluda ate at the only table set in a dining room of ghostly dustcloths.

    Gorky Park

  • Arkady watched the wardrobe assistant place dustcloths over the garden table and chairs, pull up a wilting flower and turn down the gas lamp on the piano.

    Gorky Park

  • The two billiard-tables were covered with their dustcloths.

    Maigret's Little Joke

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