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underthrust

verb un·der·thrust \ˌən-dər-ˈthrəst\
un·der·thrustun·der·thrust·ing

Definition of UNDERTHRUST

transitive verb
:  to insert (a faulted rock mass) into position under a passive rock mass

First Known Use of UNDERTHRUST

1893

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