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hydromorphic

adjective hy·dro·mor·phic \ˌhī-drə-ˈmr-fik\

Definition of HYDROMORPHIC

of a soil
:  developed in the presence of an excess of moisture which tends to suppress aerobic factors in soil-building

First Known Use of HYDROMORPHIC

1938

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