Definition of Fluidal

1. a. Pertaining to a fluid, or to its flowing motion.

Definition of Fluidal

1. Adjective. Pertaining to a fluid, or to its flowing motion. ¹

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Definition of Fluidal

1. fluid [adj] - See also: fluid

Medical Definition of Fluidal

1. Pertaining to a fluid, or to its flowing motion. Fluidal structure, the structure characteristic of certain volcanic rocks in which the arrangement of the minute crystals shows the lines of flow of thew molten material before solidification; also called fluxion structure. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fluidal

fluid dram
fluid drive
fluid dynamics
fluid feeder
fluid intelligence
fluid measure
fluid mechanics
fluid mosaic model
fluid ounce
fluid ounces
fluid retention
fluid retinopexy
fluid shifts
fluid therapy
fluid wave
fluidal (current term)

Literary usage of Fluidal

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1. Lithological Studies: A Description and Classification of the Rocks of the by Marshman Edward Wadsworth (1884)
"fluidal structure is a character induced in eruptive rocks through their having moved or flowed when in a liquid or pasty condition. ..."

2. The Chief Commercial Granites of Massachusetts by Thomas Nelson Dale (1908)
"RIFT AND GRAIN RELATED TO fluidal CAVITIES. Rift and grain structure was described on pages 19-22, where reference is made to Mr. Whittle's paper on this ..."

3. Engineering Series Bulletin by University of Missouri Engineering Experiment Station (1910)
"The fluidal cavities are of particular interest. ... These fluidal cavities show the same tendency, as does the fluorite, to be arranged in wavy lines or ..."

4. Bulletin by Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology (1908)
"Sections of the latter show that the dike is composed of a mass of small feldspars, showing a beautiful fluidal arrangement, while they are often bent when ..."

5. Bulletin (1884)
"... are not to be taken as proof of Stratification in doubtful rocks. The very origin and nature of all, except, perhaps, the true fluidal (not ..."

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