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dust storm

or duststorm

noun
1.
a storm of strong winds and dust-filled air over an extensive area during a period of drought over normally arable land (distinguished from sandstorm).
Also called duster.
Origin of dust storm
1875-1880
First recorded in 1875-80
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dust storm

noun
1.
a windstorm that whips up clouds of dust
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