Definition of Stratas
1. strata [n] - See also: strata
Lexicographical Neighbors of Stratas
Literary usage of Stratas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Biennial Report by Iowa Office of Mines Inspector (1883)
"RECORD OF stratas Passed through in prospecting for coal in different counties. LOVILIA, March 22,1883. PC WILSON, Dear Sir—We will send you a statement of ..."
2. Flashes of Light from the Spirit-land: Through the Mediumship of Mrs. J. H by Allen Putnam, Frances Ann Conant (1872)
"... the liar is still the liar, the murderer is still the murderer, the drunkard is still the drunkard ; yet all these lower stratas of mentality the spirit ..."
3. The Shortest and Most Convenient Route: Lewis and Clark in Context by Robert S. Cox (2004)
"Additionally, Lewis and Clark often estimated the thickness of the coal deposits along their route: many horizontal stratas of carbonated wood, having every ..."
4. British Farmer's Magazine (1848)
"Now as these stratas of porous material will act as drains to whatever depth the water is drawn from them, either by natural or artificial means, ..."