wavemark

noun

Definition of wavemark

1 : a very small ridge of sand made by a wave when it advances upon a low sandy beach and marking the limit of advance
2 : one of many undulations on the bedding surfaces of a sedimentary rock due to wave action during the period of deposition — compare ripple mark

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Origin and Etymology of wavemark

2wave + mark


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