or dust bin
noun Chiefly British.
- dust whirl,
- duster coat,
Origin of dustbin
Examples from the Web for dustbin
Marrero himself was hardly a “cup of coffee” relic or a minor character belatedly retrieved from the dustbin of baseball history.Havana Bids Adios to Conrado Marrero, MLB’s Oldest Player|Peter C. Bjarkman|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Drop your clash of civilizations references into the dustbin of history.Duck! Reality TV Returns Us to the Dark Age of Tribal Warfare|James Poulos|December 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And, magically, the point of no return disappeared into the dustbin of history—at least for a few months.
But the Finnish company struck a deal this month that will doom it to the dustbin of history.
One man carried a broom and dustbin with a picture of Mubarak inside.Egypt's Million Man March Protesters to Mubarak: Resign Now|Babak Dehghanpisheh|February 1, 2011|DAILY BEAST
But judging from Tora's voice—it sounds really aggrieved—I think it's time we went and umpired about the dustbin.Mrs. Maxon Protests|Anthony Hope
Domestic servants come with their baskets full of rubbish in order to empty them into the dustbin.The Inferno|August Strindberg
He threw the cruet in the dustbin—where I found it, along with other silver—for the sake of a burglary blind.The Wisdom of Father Brown|G. K. Chesterton
But to me the divinities of antiquity are not mere dolls to be patted superciliously on the head and then remitted to the dustbin.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
That tidiness of yours is a mania; that way of looking upon the world as a dustbin is a disease.The Twilight of the Souls|Louis Couperus