he ground it into a fine dust
Lightly dust bronzing powder on your forehead, cheeks and browbone, anywhere the sun would hit.
He also suddenly noticed that the ground fog was down to thin wisps revealing the bare dirt that erupted in tiny clouds of dust with each footfall.
Never the less he gave it a quick dust , fitted the terminator device and left.
He was working with a stone-dusting crew, a safety procedure to minimise the risks of a potentially fatal coal dust explosion underground.
pick yourself up and dust yourself off
Most of the album is considerably less warped, but a chilly, haunted ambience settles over the whole recording like a fine dust .
Soiled with dust and ground-in dirt, taped and re-taped, the pages were beginning to fall apart.
Her hand reached for her brush to dust a tiny bit more color onto her cheeks when she felt a pair of hands grab her from behind.
Pneumoconiosis is caused by inhaling coal dust .