noun \ˈflish\

Definition of FLYSCH

:  a thick and extensive deposit largely of sandstone that is formed in a geosyncline adjacent to a rising mountain belt and is especially common in the Alpine region of Europe

Origin of FLYSCH

German, from German dialect
First Known Use: 1853

Rhymes with FLYSCH


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