Antonyms for dusted

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She moved about the room, sniffing and sobbing as she dusted.

In the cellar, wine bottles were dusted by quick, nervous hands.

A plainer way is to dry the fish, after it has been washed and cleaned, and lay it on a board before the fire, dusted with flour.

Or the minced meat may be kept in a very small pan, closely covered, and so rolled and dusted with flour before it is fried.

We dusted the sand off their little feet before we lifted them up.

"Everything looks as if it has been swept and dusted," declared Hephzy.

I have but ridden from the Reindeer this morning, and so I am neither fatigued nor dusted.

He went back to his father's house, and there was Lydia singing as she dusted the library.

She lifted a huge Bible and dusted it thoughtfully with her handkerchief.

Then he had the regalia he had worn in his last audiovisual to Angus dusted off.