hypabyssal

hypabyssal, hypabyssally 1. Designating a rock in texture intermediate between plutonites (a deep-seated rock) and extrusive rocks (forced out at the surface) which are usually formed at moderate distances below the surface.; part of the vocabulary used in the science of petrology. 2. Solidifying chiefly as a minor intrusion, especially as a dike ...
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Hypabyssal

A shallow intrusion of magma or the resulting solidified rock.
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Hypabyssal

A shallow intrusion of magma or the resulting solidified rock.
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