- money; “down with the DUST,” put down the money.—_Ancient._ Dean Swift once took for his text, “He who giveth to the poor lendeth to the Lord.” His sermon was short. “Now, my brethren,” said he, “if you are satisfied with the security, down with the DUST.”
- a disturbance, or noise, “to raise a DUST,” to make a row.
- to beat; “DUST one’s jacket,” _i.e._, give him a beating.
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