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  • n. Plural form of dusting.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Given the pitiful amount of regular yeast in the dough and the less than active starter I used, I figured I had a good hour to wait so I hopped into the shower to rid myself of flour dustings and honey smears.

    Monday Bread

  • In calculating average daily snowfall, the researchers considered a wide range of snowfalls over time — as deep, for instance, as the 29 inches recorded on Feb. 14-15, 2007, in Waitsfield, about 5 miles from Warren, as well as mere dustings of snow.

    Report: Ski resorts exaggerate snowfall totals

  • Prior to Tuesday, Detroit had had about 7 dustings of snow this winter, about 3 inches of snow around January 10 and then no snow until we received a massive total of 6 inches in 24 hours Tuesday and Wednesday.

    Matthew Yglesias » Climate Change and Snow

  • Sölden 15-252cm remains good after regular dustings of new snow this week.

    Skiwatch: Blue skies and fresh snow make for ideal conditions

  • Some of the turnpikes merely dusted off the old highway and presented it to the public with the promise of more dustings to come.

    The King's Best Highway

  • There were one or two dustings in January, but when a front arrived during the last week of February, Bingham felt that the change was upon him.

    Free Time

  • With fabric names like aphrodite and love, zeus and golden dustings who could resist these truly hypnotic designs?

    Designs on your Duvet

  • I've been waiting for that green tint to the air - it was preceded by daffodils, forsythia, and faint dustings of cherry blossom, but now it's full out ON spring-i-ness.

    Cat Rambo

  • And I think kind of little dustings of it crossed my way.

    CNN Transcript May 9, 2007

  • I got out of there as fast as I could, with only the lightest of dustings to show for it.

    Archive 2006-03-01


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