Dusty [adjective]

Definition of Dusty:

filled with or covered with powdery particles

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Sentence/Example of Dusty:

As one student who was sent there told Vice, “the building was musty and dusty, and the AC didn’t work.”

On Mars, with its greater distance and dusty atmosphere, solar power arrays would have more trouble turning sunlight into energy.

It was one of thousands of aging wells that crowd the dusty foothills three hours from the coast, where Chevron and other companies inject steam at high pressure to loosen up heavy crude.

You’ll bikepack for three days through the park’s dusty canyons, fording the Mancos River to meet Wolf, a Ute Mountain Ute guide who’ll take you up wooden ladders into Native cliff dwellings.

Mia gets to know Lorenz’s teaching assistant Jasper in the library, where she chases a bioluminescent mouse around dusty bookshelves.

He looked strangely out of place in the dusty combat uniform.

And a little later we, too, left the post, following in the dusty wake of the paymaster's wagon and its mounted escort.

The day was hot and the roads dusty, and Lawrence favored the horses all possible, but they made good progress.

The general traced two lines on the dusty earth, about eight feet apart.

Even Henrietta stopped eating, looked upward at the dusty ceiling, and listened for a repetition of the sound.