Definition of Microliths

1. Noun. (plural of microlith) ¹



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Definition of Microliths

1. microlith [n] - See also: microlith

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Microliths

microlidar
microlidars
microlight
microlights
microlinguistic
microlinguistics
microlite
microliter
microliterature
microliters
microlites
microlith
microlithiasis
microlithic
microlithography
microliths (current term)
microlitre
microlitres
microlitter
microloan
microloans
micrologic
micrological
micrology
microluces
microlux
microluxes
micromachine
micromachined
micromachines

Literary usage of Microliths

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1. The Study of Rocks: An Elementary Text-book of Petrology by Frank Rutley (1888)
"In some of the larger microliths dichroism may now and then be detected. It is therefore possible at times to determine with some precision the species to ..."

2. The Study of Rocks: An Elementary Text-book of Petrology by Frank Rutley (1881)
"Occasionally crystals are to be met with which are visibly built up of microliths, as in the case of the hornblende crystal, fig. 72, which is copied from a ..."

3. Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1880)
"Owing to the irregular way in which this incrustation has taken place, endless variety may be noticed in the resulting club-like shape of the microliths. ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"The larger microliths may.contain enclosures of glass, and it is very common to find that ... These microliths, under the influence of crystalline forces, ..."

5. How to Work with the Microscope by Lionel Smith Beale (1880)
"... microliths in the once glassy magma. It is true that in many, ... microliths, often of very beautiful form, may be seen under the microscope, ..."

6. Geological Magazine by Henry Woodward (1889)
"The ground-mass consists principally of sanidine microliths of large size in fact, ... Interspersed amongst these felspar microliths, and those of amphibole ..."

7. Journal of Earth Sciences by Leeds Geological Association (1888)
"The longest axes of these microliths all lie in the same direction, and when any obstacle is presented, the microliths flow round it. ..."

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