Definition of 'duster'
Example sentences containing 'duster'
The Sun (2009)
She grumbled to herself while she cleaned around with a feather duster.Seminary Boy (2006) The Sun (2010)
Are you any good with a feather duster?The Sun (2011) Christianity Today (2000) Times, Sunday Times (2008) The Sun (2016) The Sun (2012)
THEY say football matches are decided on the slightest of margins, but misuse of the feather duster is another thing.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
TAKING the feather duster to that antique vase may seem a good idea - but it could clean you out of cash.The Sun (2010)
When one of the women allows some tresses to poke out, she is tapped on the arm by an official with a feather duster and ticked off.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Unsurprisingly, it is made up of figure-hugging frocks and killer heels but also includes wearable duster coats and pencil dresses.The Sun (2016)
Aggie: Use a damp duster.The Sun (2009)
He explained: 'I went in like a crop duster with my nose flying first and snorted the cocaine off the dog.The Sun (2014)
And the production is exuberantly creative: boats are suggested by sails and frames; pliers and a feather duster become a parrot.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
In fact, come round my place of a weekend and chances are you'll catch me with a feather duster in my hand.The Sun (2006) The Sun (2014)
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