petrifaction

[ pe-truh-fak-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF petrifaction

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I stood there like a petrifaction—looking after him, vacant and motionless.

As for Rollin, he became, and remained for some time, a petrifaction of amazement.

Something like a petrifaction of her wildest face was shown.

Petrifaction awaits all these glowing metaphors of early time.

A petrifaction of a fish's head, for old United States coins.

The petrifaction of Karaism is illustrated by an event in European Turkey.

I know cases of petrifaction like that—and God preserve anyone that I love from it!

Zoolithus, the petrifaction of an animal of the class Mammalia.

For a moment Lawrence stood silent and cold in a petrifaction of anger.

Perhaps the process might be more aptly called one of petrifaction.

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