Definition of Pleiocene

1. a. See Pliocene.



Definition of Pleiocene

1. Adjective. (alternative form of Pliocene) ¹

2. Proper noun. (alternative form of Pliocene) ¹

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Definition of Pleiocene

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Pleiocene

1. See Pliocene. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

Pleiocene Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pleiocene

pledget
pledgets
pledgetted suture
pledging
pledgor
pledgors
plegepoda
pleiad
pleiades
pleiads
pleinairism
pleinairisms
pleinairist
pleinairists
pleio-
pleiocene (current term)
pleiophyllous
pleiopod
pleiopods
pleiopus
pleiosaurus
pleiotaxies
pleiotaxy
pleiotrophic
pleiotropic
pleiotropic gene
pleiotropies
pleiotropism
pleiotropy
pleisiomorph

Literary usage of Pleiocene

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1. Cave Hunting: Researches on the Evidence of Caves Respecting the Early by William Boyd Dawkins (1874)
"Nevertheless many of the pleiocene animals were able to hold their ground against the ... Summary of Characteristic Pleistocene and pleiocene Species. ..."

2. Early Man in Britain and His Place in the Tertiary Period by William Boyd Dawkins (1880)
"The disappearance of the apes from Europe at the close of the pleiocene age is one of the most important facts to be recorded in the history of the mammalia ..."

3. Papers and Notes on the Glacial Geology of Great Britain and Ireland by Henry Carvill Lewis, Henry William Crosskey (1894)
"134): ' In the pleiocene period the sea began to cover the eastern counties, while the land rose to the south, and there is evidence of ice-action at the 1 ..."

4. Papers and Notes on the Glacial Geology of Great Britain and Ireland by Henry Carvill Lewis, Henry William Crosskey (1894)
"134): ' In the pleiocene period the sea began to cover the eastern counties, while the land rose to the south, and there is evidence of ice-action at the ..."

5. Elements of Geology: Intended for the Use of Students by Samuel St. John (1854)
"The only representative of the pleiocene or Newer Tertiary in England is the Red Crag, consisting of ferruginous-colored sand and gravel, with few zoophytes ..."

6. Physical Description of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land: Accompanied by Paul Edmund de Strzelecki (1845)
"... pleiocene FLORA. " The two specimens of leaves, and another peculiar form, represented on Table VII. fig. 5, 6, 7, 7a., are from the yellowish compact ..."

7. Cave Hunting: Researches on the Evidence of Caves Respecting the Early by William Boyd Dawkins (1874)
"Nevertheless many of the pleiocene animals were able to hold their ground against the ... Summary of Characteristic Pleistocene and pleiocene Species. ..."

8. Early Man in Britain and His Place in the Tertiary Period by William Boyd Dawkins (1880)
"The disappearance of the apes from Europe at the close of the pleiocene age is one of the most important facts to be recorded in the history of the mammalia ..."

9. Papers and Notes on the Glacial Geology of Great Britain and Ireland by Henry Carvill Lewis, Henry William Crosskey (1894)
"134): ' In the pleiocene period the sea began to cover the eastern counties, while the land rose to the south, and there is evidence of ice-action at the 1 ..."

10. Papers and Notes on the Glacial Geology of Great Britain and Ireland by Henry Carvill Lewis, Henry William Crosskey (1894)
"134): ' In the pleiocene period the sea began to cover the eastern counties, while the land rose to the south, and there is evidence of ice-action at the ..."

11. Elements of Geology: Intended for the Use of Students by Samuel St. John (1854)
"The only representative of the pleiocene or Newer Tertiary in England is the Red Crag, consisting of ferruginous-colored sand and gravel, with few zoophytes ..."

12. Physical Description of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land: Accompanied by Paul Edmund de Strzelecki (1845)
"... pleiocene FLORA. " The two specimens of leaves, and another peculiar form, represented on Table VII. fig. 5, 6, 7, 7a., are from the yellowish compact ..."

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