dust-covered


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Adj.1.dust-covered - covered with a layer of dust; "a dusty pile of books"
covered - overlaid or spread or topped with or enclosed within something; sometimes used as a combining form; "women with covered faces"; "covered wagons"; "a covered balcony"
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The odour of dust-covered eternities did I breathe: sultry and dust- covered lay my soul.
Directly they were in a mass of dust-covered troops, and were trudging along in a way parallel to the enemy's lines as these had been defined by the previous turmoil.
And while he was dancing about in pain and muttering a dust-covered oath, the other's staff came swinging through the cloud at one side--zip!--and struck him under the arm.
Every two weeks a dust-covered trooper would trot his jaded mount into the post and deliver a bulging sack of mail at headquarters.
I touched their dust-covered faces with my finger, but Dagobert was deader than the sixteen centuries that have passed over him, Clovis slept well after his labor for Christ, and old Charlemagne went on dreaming of his paladins, of bloody Roncesvalles, and gave no heed to me.
A grey twilight was struggling now through the high, dust-covered windows.
(19), you will reap sitting, grasping a thin crop in your hand, binding the sheaves awry, dust-covered, not glad at all; so you will bring all home in a basket and not many will admire you.
Riding along on the train, near to the line between California and Oregon, he chanced to look out of the window and saw his unsociable guest sliding along the wagon road, brown and wolfish, tired yet tireless, dust-covered and soiled with two hundred miles of travel.
Associated Press video from the scene showed at least one dust-covered child being carried out of the rubble.
Unlike Marcy, who kept her dust-covered clothes, Ed quickly cleaned his to rid them of the horrific debris.
The emblem is estimated at 40,000 dollars to 60,000 dollars, while other prized items at the auction include a Mercury program spacesuit from about 1960, several American flags carried into space, and moon dust-covered gear worn by astronauts during the Apollo 12 mission.
"We estimate a total of 200,000 people from local villages and the major cities turned up," a dust-covered Habib-ur-Rehman Gilani, the TDCP managing director, told media.