[duhs-ter] /ˈdʌs tər/
a person or thing that removes or applies .
a cloth, brush, etc., for removing .
a lightweight housecoat.
an apparatus or device for sprinkling , powder, insecticide, or the like, especially on plants.
a person employed in spreading insecticidal or the like on crops from a low-flying plane.
a long, light overgarment, worn especially in the early days of open automobiles to protect the clothing from .
a summer-weight coat for women that is loose-fitting and often unlined.
Baseball. a ball purposely thrown by a pitcher at or dangerously close to a batter.
(initial capital letter) Military. a self-propelled U.S. antiaircraft gun of the 1950s, armed with twin 40mm cannon.
a cloth used for dusting furniture, etc US name dust cloth
a machine for blowing out dust over trees or crops
a person or thing that dusts
1570s, “dust brush for clothes,” agent noun from dust (v.). Meaning “sifter” is from 1660s; that of “cloth worn to keep off dust” is from 1864.
- Duster coat
noun 1. a woman’s loose summer coat with wide sleeves and no buttons, popular in the mid-20th century
- Dust explosion
noun 1. an explosion caused by the ignition of an inflammable dust, such as flour or sawdust, in the air
noun 1. a hand-operated device for spraying pesticide or dusting plants.
noun, Slang. 1. a habitual user of angel dust.