dust
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dust
l. dúst, and add: I. dried earth reduced to powder Dyslicre ðonne hwá lufige hwelcre wuhte spor on ðǽm dúste, and ne lufige ðæt ðætte ðæt spor worhte, Past. 353, 1, Seó eorðe wearð manegum tó bóte. Mid þám dúste wurdon áflígde deófla, Hml. S. 26, 198. Hé on axan and on dúste licge, Bl. H. 227, 15. II. other dry material reduced to powder Ofenbacen hláf clibanius, dúst of ðǽm ... amolium, Wrt. Voc. i. 41, 22. Fǽrlíce áhreás þæt templ mid eallum his anlícnyssum tó dúste áwende, Hml. Th. i. 72, 6. Genim þás wyrte and cnuca tó swíþe smalan dúste, Lch. i. 240, 4. Genim of ðysse wyrte swýþe smæl dúst, 11. III. applied to the mortal frame of man Þú eart dúst and tó dúste wyrst, Gen. 3, 19. Ic eom dúst and axe, 18, 27. Hwæt ofermódgað ðiós eorðe and ðis dúsð?, Past. 299, 22.
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