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sawdusty

[ saw-duhs-tee ]
/ ˈsɔˌdʌs ti /
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adjective
filled with or suggesting sawdust.
without profound meaning or interest; tiresome.
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Origin of sawdusty

First recorded in 1860–65; sawdust + -y1
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