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  • n. Alternative spelling of willy willy: a severe tropical cyclone or dust devil.

from The 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.


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  • 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.

    David Ortiz and steroids

  • Often a monsoon is pre-cursed by a dust storm that grows out of the desert like a willy-willy.

    Cam Riley


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  • See willy willy.

    September 21, 2011

  • The name for an Australian wind.

    September 21, 2011