Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small whirl of wind carrying up black clouds of dust and often leaves and grass. [Interior of Australia.]
- n. A violent storm of wind and rain on the northwest coast of Australia.
“And there are laws governing amphethemine use, which almost assuredly included filling large coffee pots full of "lead," as they would call it, or dispensing greenies willy-willy.”
“Often a monsoon is pre-cursed by a dust storm that grows out of the desert like a willy-willy.”
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