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anhydrite

noun an·hy·drite \-ˌdrīt\

Definition of ANHYDRITE

:  a mineral consisting of an anhydrous calcium sulfate that is usually massive and white or slightly colored

Origin of ANHYDRITE

German Anhydrit, from Greek anydros
First Known Use: circa 1823

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