Sedimentary

• (a.) Of or pertaining to sediment; formed by sediment; containing matter that has subsided.
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sedimentary

adjective resembling or containing or formed by the accumulation of sediment; `sedimentary deposits`
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Sedimentary

Sed`i·men'ta·ry adjective [ Confer French sédimentaire .] Of or pertaining to sediment; formed by sediment; containing matter that has subsided. Sedimentary rocks . (Geol.) See Aqueous rocks , under Aqueous .
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sedimentary

A rock resulting from the consolidation of loose sediment that has accumulated in layers (e.g., sandstone, siltstone, limestone).
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sedimentary

rocks that are formed when layers of sand, clay & bits of rock are laid down by water & turned to rock, often contain fossils
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sedimentary

said of rock consisting of consolidated sediment; also applied to processes related to the formation of such deposits.
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sedimentary

sedimentary 1. Of, containing, resembling, or derived from sediment. 2. Forming at the bottom of a liquid.
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Sedimentary

Stone formed by precipitation from solution, as rock salt and gypsum, from secretion of organisms, as most limestones, or from the deposition of sand (sandstone) or clay (shale, claystone).
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sedimentary

[adj] - resembling or containing or formed by the accumulation of sediment
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