Recent Examples of dust storm from the Web
There’s a dust storm in Pasadena’s richest neighborhoods, and many blame Caltrans.
The grass-barren lands that those goats graze on produce dust storms that spread polluted air all over the country.
At Manzanar, temperature extremes, dust storms and discomfort were common, and internees had to endure communal latrines and strict camp rules.
And braids were definitely the hairstyle of choice for stars braving the impromptu dust storms, gusty winds and scorching Nevada temps.
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First Known Use of dust storm
DUST STORM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dust storm for English Language Learners
: a very strong wind that carries clouds of dust across a large area
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Definition of dust storm for Students
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