sedimentary

[ sed-uh-men-tuh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF sedimentary

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Traces of it are found in practically all igneous and most sedimentary rocks.

Water is the medium in which most sedimentary rocks are formed.

Sedimentary strata have been formed in slowly sinking areas.

In speaking of sedimentary rocks, we may be said to be anticipating.

Most of the islands are made up of volcanic and sedimentary rocks.

The sedimentary yeast (unterhefe), and not the surface yeast (oberhefe), of the Bavarian fermenting backs is employed.

For my part, I believe it to be volcanic rather than sedimentary.

Such a body of ore must be in a sedimentary series of rocks.

This rock has evidently been deposited in water, but not in the manner of a sedimentary bed.

Practically all the sedimentary rocks are of the sandstone type.

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