Definition of Garnetiferous

1. a. Containing garnets.



Definition of Garnetiferous

1. Adjective. (minerology) Containing garnets. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Garnetiferous

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Garnetiferous

1. Containing garnets. Origin: 1st garnet. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garnetiferous

garmentmaker
garmento
garmentos
garments
garmenture
garmentures
garn
garned
garner
garnered
garnering
garnerings
garners
garnet
garnet lac
garnetiferous (current term)
garnets
garni
garnierite
garnierites
garnish
garnished
garnishee
garnisheed
garnisheeing
garnishees
garnisher
garnishers
garnishes
garnishing

Literary usage of Garnetiferous

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1. The Principles of Economic Geology by William Harvey Emmons (1918)
"garnetiferous Gold Veins.—Precious-metal deposits with a garnet gangue are not common, but several examples are known. At Dahlonega, Ga.,1 in a region of ..."

2. The Principles of Economic Geology by William Harvey Emmons (1918)
"garnetiferous Gold Veins.—Precious-metal deposits with a garnet gangue are not common, but several examples are known. At Dahlonega, Ga.,1 in a region of ..."

3. Scientific Survey of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands by New York Academy of Sciences (1922)
"garnetiferous Limestone.—This rock is from the same locality as the garnet rock. The garnetiferous limestone is a contact metamorphic phase of the San ..."

4. The Geology of Worcester, Massachusetts by Joseph Hartshorn Perry, Benjamin Kendall Emerson (1903)
"The mica schist bands are also of interest in this garnetiferous ... But this somewhat coarse garnetiferous schist has more to repay us for our study. ..."

5. Modern Lithology Illustrated and Defined, for the Use of University by Ernest Howard Adye (1907)
"garnetiferous Mica - Schist, Memmendorf, Saxony, x 15. — In illustration of a rock having a distinctly crystalline texture which is further possessed of a ..."

6. The Precambrian Rocks of the Canton, New York, Quadrangle by James Cook Martin (1916)
"The amphibolite is a contact rock, but is not garnetiferous. One and six-tenths miles east-northeast of Eddy. Lower figure. ..."

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