from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A whitish fog formed of vapor-dust or the finest kind of mist, differing from the dust-haze which frequently follows volcanic eruptions and is formed of fine dust-particles or nuclei upon which vapor has begun to condense.


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  • He remembered, too, how the dust-fog had lingered in the air until well into the next day, like a ghost which could not be laid.

    Children of the Desert Louis Dodge 1911


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