Definition of Cratons

1. Noun. (plural of craton) ¹



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Definition of Cratons

1. craton [n] - See also: craton

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cratons

cratering
craterings
craterization
craterless
craterlet
craterlets
craterlike
craterous
craters
crates
cratesful
crating
craton
cratonic
cratons (current term)
cratur
craturs
craunch
craunched
craunches
craunching
cravat
cravat bandage
cravats
cravatted
crave
craved
craven
cravened

Literary usage of Cratons

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1. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1845)
"... conjure, and straightly charge and command thee by Tetragrammaton, Emanuell, Messias, Sether, Panton, cratons, Alpha et Omega, and by all other high and ..."

2. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1908)
"A single shot dropped him among the cratons at the foot of the steps with a bullet through his shoulder. The few braves who followed turned and fled. ..."

3. This Dynamic Earth: The Story of Plate Tectonicsby W. Jackquelyne Klous, Robert I. Tilling by W. Jackquelyne Klous, Robert I. Tilling (1996)
"... of ancient oceanic 5, volcanic arcs, or mountain ranges— i interpreted to be products of prelate tectonics—that have attached themselves to the cratons. ..."

4. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1845)
"... conjure, and straightly charge and command thee by Tetragrammaton, Emanuell, Messias, Sether, Panton, cratons, Alpha et Omega, and by all other high and ..."

5. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1908)
"A single shot dropped him among the cratons at the foot of the steps with a bullet through his shoulder. The few braves who followed turned and fled. ..."

6. This Dynamic Earth: The Story of Plate Tectonicsby W. Jackquelyne Klous, Robert I. Tilling by W. Jackquelyne Klous, Robert I. Tilling (1996)
"... of ancient oceanic 5, volcanic arcs, or mountain ranges— i interpreted to be products of prelate tectonics—that have attached themselves to the cratons. ..."

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