Definition of dust bunny in English:

dust bunny

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noun

North American informal
  • A ball of dust and fluff.
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    • Everything in the Purdue laboratory, including the occasional dust bunny and 6000 individually wrapped half-pint glass milk bottles, had been carefully packed for the move to Washington University.
    • My stupid brainless cat that doesn't know a mouse from a dust bunny.
    • The concrete steps didn't look too bad when I started, but by the time I was done, my dustpan held a dust bunny that was truly frightening.

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