Definition of Sandstorms

1. Noun. (plural of sandstorm) ¹



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Definition of Sandstorms

1. sandstorm [n] - See also: sandstorm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sandstorms

sands of time
sandscape
sandscapes
sandshoe
sandshoe crusher
sandshoes
sandsoap
sandsoaps
sandspit
sandspits
sandspur
sandspurs
sandstone
sandstones
sandstorm
sandstorms (current term)
sandthorn
sandthorns
sandtrap
sandtraps
sandwich
sandwich boards
sandwich coin
sandwich compound
sandwich compounds
sandwich generation
sandwich generations
sandwich plate
sandwich sign

Literary usage of Sandstorms

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1. The Oil Fields of Russia and the Russian Petroleum Industry: A Practical by Arthur Beeby-Thompson (1904)
"sandstorms.—Prevalence of sandstorms in Caspian region—Description of a ... Dust, cause of ill health in regions visited by constant sandstorms—Possible ..."

2. Westward Hoboes: Ups and Downs of Frontier Motoring by Winifred Hawkridge Dixon (1921)
"... VII sandstorms, BANDITS AND DEAD SOLDIERS ALONG a macadam road fringed with bright painted little Mexican taverns and shops, toward mid- afternoon we ..."

3. Notes from a Diary, 1886-1888 by Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff (1900)
"... exposed to perils from thirst and sandstorms, and predatory Arabs to whom the fleet animal he rides is a sore temptation—he is, without doubt, ..."

4. The Oil Fields of Russia and the Russian Petroleum Industry: A Practical by Arthur Beeby-Thompson (1904)
"sandstorms.—Prevalence of sandstorms in Caspian region—Description of a ... Dust, cause of ill health in regions visited by constant sandstorms—Possible ..."

5. Westward Hoboes: Ups and Downs of Frontier Motoring by Winifred Hawkridge Dixon (1921)
"... VII sandstorms, BANDITS AND DEAD SOLDIERS ALONG a macadam road fringed with bright painted little Mexican taverns and shops, toward mid- afternoon we ..."

6. Notes from a Diary, 1886-1888 by Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff (1900)
"... exposed to perils from thirst and sandstorms, and predatory Arabs to whom the fleet animal he rides is a sore temptation—he is, without doubt, ..."

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