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- n. a piece of cloth used for dusting
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She walks around with a dustrag and “dusts” things.
My mom used to pretend she was Anna and sang that song while waltzing around the house with a dustrag…but my dad refused to be the King.
He walked to one of the cartons, pulled out a dustrag, shook it clean over the box, and handed it to her.
Connie screamed-though it could not be heard over the foghorn thunder of the voice-and was knocked head over ankles into a comer, still clutching the dustrag.
The very next day after that gracious experience, while her change of style was fresh upon her and she was vain of her purified condition, her master left a couple dollars unprotected on his desk, and she happened upon that temptation when she was polishing around with a dustrag.
He carried a dustrag in one hand, and an expression of extreme discontent was on his freckled face.
Image available condition, her master left a couple dollars unprotected on his desk, and she happened upon that temptation when she was polishing around with a dustrag.