Definition of "moondust" [moondust]

  • The fine regolith found on the surface of the Moon. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "moondust" in a sentence
  • "The Regolith Simulant Team has been busy busting rocks to make "moondust"."
  • "Inside, caked and matted with "moondust," as everyone called it, stood double rows of armored Humvees, armed GMVs (ground mobility vehicles), and Toyota Land Cruisers — the essential elements of a new kind of convoy warfare, in which Special Ops was adapting tactics more from the Mad Max style of the Eritrean and Chadian guerrillas of recent decades than from the lumbering tank armies of the passing Industrial Age."
  • "It was dark and cold, and the pouring rain had turned the "moondust" on the base into deep, sticky gumbo."