dustier dustier


  1. (adj) covered with a layer of dust
  2. (adj) lacking originality or spontaneity; no longer new


  1. In 1986, however, as all the global village looked on, history turned into a clash of symbols in the Republic of the Philippines, a nation long relegated to its dustier corridors.
  2. The Queen had worn the garment on the dustier stages of Their Majesties' recent tour of the Belgian Congo.
  3. Going ashore, the landing parties got stuck in volcanic beach powder deeper and dustier than Iwo Jima's.


  • Plant production could decline as climate change affects soil nutrients

    Teaser As drylands of the world become even drier, water will not be the only resource in short supply. Levels of nutrients in the soil will likely be affected, and their imbalance could affect the lives of one-fifth of the world’s population. That includes people living in Arizona, who may be in for a dustier future. read more        
    on November 4, 2013     Source: TG Daily

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