Definition of Amygdales
1. amygdale [n] - See also: amygdale
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Literary usage of Amygdales
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1. Structural and Field Geology for Students of Pure and Applied Science by James Geikie (1905)
"... Structures — amygdales, Geodes, Drusy Cavities. Concretionary Structures may occur in almost any kind of derivative rock. Sometimes they affect the mass ..."
2. Field Geology by Frederic Henry Lahee (1917)
"Since amygdales are merely the fillings of vesicles, their forms and relations are the same as those of vesicles. 113. Discrimination Between Vesicular ..."
3. Petrology for Students: An Introduction to the Study of Rocks Under the by Alfred Harker (1908)
"A lime-garnet is frequently met with, and new felspar occurs both in the body of the rock and in the amygdales. The Tertiary basaltic lavas of ..."
4. Annual Report of the Geological Commission by George Steuart Corstorphine, Arthur William Rogers (1907)
"The volcanic rocks were recognised by the presence of amygdales, often elongated and distorted by shearing, and these amygdaloidal lavas are associated with ..."