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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of dust.

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Examples

  • The top-seeded Timberwolves again dusted the eighth-seeded

    USATODAY.com

  • Ah - and the whole house is actually getting cleaned and dusted, which is one positive outcome of all this shifting stuff around!

    The decoration is going pretty well

  • And I think ceramic knick-knacks exist for the sole purpose of being repeatedly dusted, which is why I don't have any.

    BlissTree

  • See all of FM Tech Is this the new Palm Nova phone? iPhone killer name dusted off?

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Is this the new Palm Nova phone? iPhone killer name dusted off?

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Gysin's recipe was actually for a "haschich fudge" and was for a sort of dried fruit bar concoction "dusted" with a bunch of pulverized "canibus sativa."

    An Interview with Monique Truong

  • From looking more closely at the photo of the beehive cake, I would say that it IS frosted and then "dusted" with something like finely crushed graham crackers..which might taste pretty good.

    Weird Wedding Cakes

  • So we just took Thomas Crown off the shelf, kind of dusted it off, and took Topkapi, which is much loved, and is also in the cannon of the MGM library so it didn't cost us anything.

    Filmstalker: Brosnan confirms The Topkapi Affair

  • A short time later forensic scientists attended and 'dusted' the kiosk for 'prints'.

    The Policeman's Blog

  • Fred Forcellina is charged with dialing 911 to threaten that courthouses, schools and railroad stations would be, quote, "dusted," close quote.

    CNN Transcript Oct 18, 2001

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  • In Buffy the Vampire Slayer parlance, to have killed a vampire. "He's dusted."

    December 18, 2007