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Definition of Flintlike
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Literary usage of Flintlike
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1. The Journal of Geology by University of Chicago Department of Geology and Paleontology (1905)
"The process usually results in the induration of the breccia fragments to hard, flintlike masses, red, buff, or gray in color. A microscopic examination of ..."
2. Field Geology by Frederic Henry Lahee (1917)
"Sometimes loose clays and sands are cemented just below a lava flow. Shale may become a very hard, flintlike rock, ..."
3. English Garner: Ingatherings from Our History & Literature by Edward Arber (1896)
"... Yield at my Tears! that flintlike drops consume: Accept the Flame! that doth my incense show : Allow the Grief! that is my heart's perfume : Thus Sighs, ..."
4. Minerals, and how to Study Them: A Book for Beginners in Mineralogy by Edward Salisbury Dana (1901)
"... DESCRIPTION OP MINERAL SPECIES. flintlike stone used on account of its hardness and black color for trying the purity of gold. ..."
5. Elizabethan Sonnets by Sidney Lee (1904)
"... blow: Yield at my Tears! that flintlike drops consume: Accept the Flame! that doth my incense show : Allow the Grief! that is my heart's perfume : Thus ..."