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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdustydust‧y /ˈdʌsti/ ●●○ adjective  1 DIRTYcovered with dust Adrian cycled along the dusty road. Everything’s really dusty.see thesaurus at dirty2 dusty blue/pink etc
Examples from the Corpus
dustyThe road to Bangalore was hot and dusty.The room was dark and dusty.The shelves are really dusty.They lived in a dusty adobe house along Buckeye Road.The journal was dusty and beginning to fall apart.He merely watched the obscure corners of the busy planet and poked his stubby nose into dusty crannies.As they hurried down dusty, echoing staircases, Mungo began to wonder whether he would have enough money.The outer door opened, and the dusty moonscape lay before them, glimmering in the earthlight.The walls in the house were dusty pastels.The rising sun slowly turns the drab greys and dull browns of the mountains to patches of pale gold and dusty pinks.The dusty reflection reminded him of a painting, the dim figure still as paint.a dusty roadGames players cleared areas of sand or dusty rubble.dusty shelvesSamandari lives in a small dusty village on the edge of the desert.
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