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dusty

(of a colour) tinged with grey; pale
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Since when, the bottles have got dustier and dirtier, until the restored pub took on their name last year.
Greener that most Mediterranean isles, especially the flatter and dustier south.
Because this column is about to get drier and dustier than a parched patch of desert that hasn't seen rain since long before the dinosaurs trod the earth.
Heading back even further across the decades, the records become a bit dustier, but generally the Mags, for a long time, have turned around a couple of wins per decade against the Red Devils.
He concluded that during the aphelion season (solar longitude Ls between 0[degrees] and 180[degrees]), dust opacity is low and presents low interannual variability; in contrast, during the perihelion season (solar longitude Ls between 180[degrees] and 360[degrees]) the atmosphere is dustier and presents higher interannual variability.
So researchers are investigating whether a warmer world will also become dustier.
diplomats in European capitals, but also from the slightly dustier one
There is little that could be described as "entertaining" among dusty tomes on even dustier shelving units, unless, like me, you are an avid book reader.
The GDN reported in June that Bahrain was getting hotter, drier and dustier as a result of global warming.
The cloudier or dustier it gets, the cooler the oceans become.
Manama, July 14 -- (BNA): The Meteorological Directorate forecasted a hot, cloudy, dusty and hazy weather for today in the Kingdom, may become dustier with rising sand in places at times during the day.
There were no barriers erected around areas where dustier or odorous activities were under way, and no dust control measures such as regular sweeping and use of dust suppression methods or products.