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anticline

noun an·ti·cline \ˈan-ti-ˌklīn\

Definition of ANTICLINE

:  an arch of stratified rock in which the layers bend downward in opposite directions from the crest — compare syncline

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First Known Use of ANTICLINE

1845

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