dust ball or dust balls.
The tufts and whorls of dust that accumulate under beds, tables, etc; beggar’s velvet, ghost turds, slut’s wool (1940s+)
- House moth
noun 1. either of two species of micro moth, esp the brown house moth (Hofmannophila pseudospretella) which, although it usually inhabits birds’ nests, sometimes enters houses where its larvae can be very destructive of stored fabrics and foodstuffs
[hous-muhth-er] /ˈhaʊsˌmʌð ər/ noun 1. a woman in charge of a residence, especially for children, students, or young women, who acts as hostess, chaperon, and occasionally as housekeeper.
noun 1. a brownish-gray Old World mouse, Mus musculus, now common in the U.S. in or near houses. noun 1. any of various greyish mice of the Old World genus Mus, esp M. musculus, a common household pest in most parts of the world: family Muridae
noun 1. an up-tempo style of disco music characterized by deep bass rhythms, piano or synthesizer melodies, and soul-music singing, sometimes with elements of rap music. noun 1. a type of disco music originating in the late 1980s, based on funk, with fragments of other recordings edited in electronically