syn·cli·nal adjective \(ˌ)sin-ˈklī-nəl\
: inclined down from opposite directions so as to meet
: having or relating to a folded rock structure in which the sides dip toward a common line or plane
Origin of SYNCLINAL
to lean — more at lean
First Known Use: 1833
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