consertal

\\kənˈsərd.əl\ adjective
Etymology: Latin consertus (past participle of conserere to connect, from com- + serere to bind together) + English -al — more at series
of an igneous rock : of a texture in which the irregularly shaped crystals interlock : sutured

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • consertal — con·ser·tal …   English syllables

  • sutured — (r)d adjective Etymology: suture (I) + ed 1. : consertal grains that form the sutured mosaic Journal of Geology 2. : having or marked by a suture w …   Useful english dictionary

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