symminct

adjective sym·minct \ˈsimiŋkt\

Definition of symminct

  1. :  composed of material that has not been segregated into separate layers of fine and coarse particles symminct clay symminct varve

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Origin and Etymology of symminct

modification of Greek symmeiktos, symmiktos mixed together, from symmeignynai, symmignynai to mix together, from syn- + meignynai, mignynai to mix — more at mix


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