Definition of Creviced

1. a. Having a crevice or crevices; as, a creviced structure for storing ears of corn.

Definition of Creviced

1. Adjective. Having a crevice or crevices. ¹

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Definition of Creviced

1. crevice [adj] - See also: crevice

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Creviced

creutzfeldt-jakob disease
creutzfeldt-jakob syndrome
crevalle jack
creviced (current term)
crevicular epithelium
crevicular fluid
crew-served weapon
crew chief
crew chiefs
crew cut
crew cuts
crew member
crew neck

Literary usage of Creviced

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1. Mining Engineers' Handbook by Robert Peele (1918)
"Other limitations, as loss of shot in creviced ground and inability to drill hard rock, have been alleged, but FW Sansom attests to its ability to drill the ..."

2. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1921)
"Some geologists have presented data to show that the limestones are cavernous or porous, whereas others have shown that they are creviced only. ..."

3. A Manual of Mining: Based on the Course of Lectures on Mining Delivered at by Magnus Colbjørn Ihlseng, Eugene Benjamin Wilson (1908)
"Blasting in creviced Rocks.—The cleavage planes of the stratified rocks furnish numerous lines of least resistance which may be advantageously employed as ..."

4. First and Second Report on the Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the by Asa Fitch (1856)
"The creviced cicada (C. rim ami— Say,) and also the Bordered cicada, (C. marginata—Say,) occur also within our bounds. Farther south the species become more ..."

5. The Artesian Waters of Northeastern Illinois by Carl Bernard Anderson (1919)
"Further, let the bed rock be a creviced limestone that contains a notable ... Now if water from the creviced limestone runs into the well at a rate of 25 to ..."

6. Geology and Oil Possibilities of the Northern Part of Overton County, Tenn by Charles Butts (1919)
"Against the crevice theory also are the facts that no such creviced limestone ... In order that oil accumulation in creviced or fractured rocks could be ..."

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