Definition of Eruptives

1. Noun. (plural of eruptive) ¹



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Definition of Eruptives

1. eruptive [n] - See also: eruptive

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eruptives

eruptible
erupting
eruption
eruption column
eruption columns
eruption cyst
eruptional
eruptions
eruptive
eruptive fever
eruptive phase
eruptive stage
eruptive xanthoma
eruptively
eruptiveness
eruptives (current term)
eruptivity
erupts
eruv
eruvim
eruvin
eruvs
erven
ervil
ervils
erwinia
erwinia carotovora
erwinia chrysanthemi
erybraedin
erycristagallin

Literary usage of Eruptives

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1. The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied Sciences by Newton Horace Winchell (1895)
"CANADIAN LOCALITIES OF THE TACONIC eruptives. By NH WINCHELL. Minneapolis, Minn. It is well known that under the name Hudson River group, and later under ..."

2. The Deposits of the Useful Minerals & Rocks: Their Origin, Form, and Content by Franz Heinrich August Beyschlag, Johan Herman Lie Vogt (1914)
"The preference which some elements appear to have for acid eruptives and others for basic, is an important point in the investigation of the genesis of ..."

3. Report (1905)
"This area is probably underlain by eruptives, since such rocks are exposed on ... Beyond the unexposed area are eruptives with a surfaced width of ft., ..."

4. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1918)
"I saw no eruptives in the locality. The throw on the fault vein is, as I recall, not less than 3000 ft. (914.4 km.). The vein filling was, ..."

5. The Geology of Vancouver and Vicinity by Edward Moore Jackson Burwash (1918)
"CHAPTER DC POST-EOCENE eruptives (BLACK TUSK BASALTS) The effusive eruptives at Stanley Park and on Fairview Heights have been described by LeRoy. ..."

6. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1913)
"Acid eruptives. The later acid intrusions, of which there are many varieties, bear a very important relation to the gold and metalliferous deposits, and, ..."

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