Definition of Estuarial

1. Adjective. Of or relating to or found in estuaries.

Exact synonyms: Estuarine
Partainyms: Estuary, Estuary
Derivative terms: Estuary



Definition of Estuarial

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Estuarial

estrone reductase
estrone unit
estrones
estros
estrous
estrous cycle
estrual
estrum
estrums
estrus detection
estrus synchronization
estruses
ests
estuarial (current term)
estuaries
estuarine
estuary
estuate
estuated
estuates
estuating
estuation
estuations
estufa
estufas
esture
esu
esurience

Literary usage of Estuarial

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Rivers and Estuaries by William Henry Hunter (1913)
"So that in strict speech the estuarial line is that on which the ... The estuarial line changes its position from moment to moment during the period of ..."

2. A Gazetteer of the World: Or, Dictionary of Geographical Knowledge, Compiled by Member of the Royal Geographical Society (1856)
"The lien washes Skibbereen. and forms :he estuarial harbour of Baltimore; ... Kerry ; it is tidal, deeply navigable, and in a certain sense estuarial, ..."

3. Proceedings by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain), Norton Shaw, Francis Galton, William Spottiswoode, Clements Robert Markham, Henry Walter Bates, John Scott Keltie (1891)
"The south part of the Suez channel consists of estuarial alluvium with the fauna of the Red Sea ; the middle part of freshwater fluviatile alluvium without ..."

4. A Military Geography of the Balkan Peninsula by Lionel William Lyde, Augustus Ferryman Mockler-Ferryman (1905)
"Similarly, Salonica, a much better harbour, which stands well away from the fever-haunted estuarial marshes of the Vardar, under the shelter of Chalkis, ..."

5. The Annals of Scottish Natural History edited by John Alexander Harvie-Brown, James William Helenus Trail, William Eagle Clarke (1902)
"... these rivers down to the present time Now, although die Royal Commissioners of 1862 "fixed for ever" the very contracted estuarial limits of die rivers ..."

6. Transactions of the Manchester Geological Society by Manchester Geological Society (1892)
"estuarial swamps and intermittent subsidences, allowing the deposition of sand and umd from the turbid waters, again and again, raising the bottom to a ..."

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