dust (n.)
speck of dust, particle, iota
AW V.iii.55.1[Bertram to King, of Helena] she whom all men praised ... was in mine eye / The dust that did offend it
KJ III.iv.128[Cardinal Pandulph to Lewis the Dauphin, of the way to the English throne] the breath of what I mean to speak / Shall blow each dust, each straw, each little rub, / Out of the path
KJ IV.i.92[Arthur to Hubert, of his eyes] that there were but a mote in yours, / A grain, a dust, a gnat, a wandering hair
R2 II.iii.90[York to and of Bolingbroke] Why have those banished and forbidden legs / Dared once to touch a dust of England's ground?
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