Definition of Interfluves

1. Noun. (plural of interfluve) ¹



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Definition of Interfluves

1. interfluve [n] - See also: interfluve

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interfluves

interfiles
interfiling
interfinger
interfingered
interfingering
interfirm
interfix
interfixes
interfleet
interflow
interflowed
interflowing
interflows
interfluent
interfluve
interfluves (current term)
interfluvial
interfold
interfolded
interfolding
interfolds
interfoliaceous
interfoliate
interfollicular
interforce
interform
interfoveolar ligament
interframe
interframes
interfraternity

Literary usage of Interfluves

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1. Explorations in Turkestan: With an Account of the Basin of Eastern Persia by Raphael Pumpelly, William Morris Davis, Ellsworth Huntington (1905)
"The mature branching streams occupy valleys 200 or 300 feet below the even- topped interfluves, whose fairly accordant levels indicate pretty clearly that ..."

2. Explorations in Turkestan: With an Account of the Basin of Eastern Persia by Raphael Pumpelly (1905)
"The mature branching streams occupy valleys 200 or 300 feet below the even- topped interfluves, whose fairly accordant levels indicate pretty clearly that ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1910)
"The hilly interfluves between the chief valleys must, in a late mature stage, be pictured as having lost something of their initial altitude, and hence, ..."

4. Permafrost: Second International Conference, July 13-28, 1973 : USSR by Frederick J. Sanger, Peter J. Hyde (1978)
"Other things being equal, the most favorable conditions for the plutonic freezing of the rocks occur in the interfluves confined to the tectonic depressions ..."

5. Bulletin by Geological Society of America (1913)
"... hence the valleys of large rivers will reach late maturity or old age while the surface of neighboring interfluves are still young or submature. ..."

6. Preparing for Climate Change: Proceedings, Second North American Conference (1993)
"Next to heavy rains in terms of potential for inundations of coastal areas and interfluves is the storm surge which results from a number of complex, ..."

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