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"fight," 1897, from dust + up; perhaps from dust "confusion, disturbance" (1590s). To dust (someone's) coat was ironical for "to beat (someone) soundly" (1680s).
A quarrel or fight; altercation; scrap: a big dustup in the office of a vice-president (1897+)