Dust-shot



noun
1.
the smallest size of shot for use in a shotgun.
noun
1.
the smallest size of shot for a shotgun

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    verb phrase To pitch a ball at or close to the batter; brushback (1920s+ Baseball)

  • Dust something off

    verb phrase (also dust the cobwebs off) To use or reuse something old; reclaim something: Why don’t we dust off a few of the good ideas our parents had?/ Hey, let’s dust the cobwebs off the Declaration of Independence and take it seriously (1940s+)



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    [duhst-uhp] /ˈdʌstˌʌp/ noun 1. a quarrel; argument; row. n. “fight,” 1897, from dust + up; perhaps from dust “confusion, disturbance” (1590s). To dust (someone’s) coat was ironical for “to beat (someone) soundly” (1680s). noun A quarrel or fight; altercation; scrap: a big dustup in the office of a vice-president (1897+)



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