So dust down your glad rags, put on your best hat, and pack up your picnic, for we are off to the races!
We hastened home to the sorry shelter of the mess that we might wash the dust down our throats with tea.
“Unless you washed the dust down just once in a while,” said Major Flint.
The clattering hoofs disappeared in a cloud of dust down the road.
In a little while they espied a cloud of dust down the highway.
And having thus delivered himself, the man wheeled around his coal-black steed and was off in a cloud of dust down the road.
I stopped at the 'Femme-sans-Tete' to wash the dust down my parched throat.
He saw a cloud of dust down the road and a bay horse running fast.
He started sweeping again, sweeping the dust down from stair to stair.
They keep the dust down, I suppose, for I could not think of any other use for them.