Definition of Dunitic

1. dunite [adj] - See also: dunite



Dunitic Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dunitic

dunghills
dungier
dungiest
dunging
dunglike
dungmere
dungmeres
dungmixen
dungmixens
dungs
dungy
dungyard
dungyards
dunite
dunites
dunitic (current term)
dunk
dunk shot
dunk tank
dunkable
dunkadoo
dunkadoos
dunked
dunkered
dunkering
dunkfest
dunkfests
dunking

Literary usage of Dunitic

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1. Political and Commercial Geology and the World's Mineral Resources by Josiah Edward Spurr (1920)
"The best information available can be summarized as follows: most of the platinum has undoubtedly originated from the disintegration of dunitic, ..."

2. Igneous Rocks and Their Origin by Reginald Aldworth Daly (1914)
"... is supported by several principal facts additional to those mentioned in the last paragraph. 1. Obvious differentiation in place has caused the dunitic, ..."

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