Definition of Traprocks
1. traprock [n] - See also: traprock
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Traprocks
Literary usage of Traprocks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1893)
"... alternating pervious and impervious beds, which (to judge from the Transvaal equivalents) are sandstones, shales, quartzites, and interbedded traprocks. ..."
2. A Manual of Practical Hygiene by Edmund Alexander Parkes (1878)
"The Granitic, Metamorphic, and TrapRocks,-—Sites on these formations are usually healthy ; the slope is great, water runs off readily ; the air is ..."
3. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1900)
"These boulders consist of rounded masses of quartz, traprocks, and other conglomerates. A peculiar feature about the shape of these is that they are very ..."
4. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1898)
"These boulders consist of rounded masses of quart/,, traprocks, and other conglomerates. A peculiar feature about the shape of these is that they are very ..."
5. Treatise on Mineralogy: Or, The Natural History of the Mineral Kingdom by Friedrich Mohs (1825)
"... Transylvania, and other countries, in cavities of traprocks in Bohemia, Thuringia, Hessia, on the Rhine, in Baaden, France, Scotland, Iceland, &c. ..."