Definition of dustball in English:

dustball

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Pronunciation: /ˈdʌs(t)bɔːl
 
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noun

North American
  • A ball of dust and fluff: dustballs under the bed
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    • After 29 naps and 13 rounds of Cat Chow, he's probably up for more stimulation than chasing dustballs.
    • These ruminations are chased from my mind like dustballs when the band takes the stage to the deafening approval of their awaiting minions.
    • In September, return visitors to an Edinburgh guesthouse said it was time to ‘rethink the three-star rating’, complaining that the linens were ‘soiled’ and the carpet was littered with ‘crumbs and dustballs’.

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