American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Not divided into zones.
- adj. Geology Of or relating to soils characterized by poorly developed horizons and by a strong resemblance to the parent material.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In phytogeography, not in or according to zones; without zones. See zonal.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. not divided into zones; -- opposite of
- adj. not divided into zones
“Two azonal vegetation types, mangrove communities at the major river mouths and swamp vegetation in floodplains on the lower reaches of the larger rivers, are also found within the ecoregion.”
“There are also small areas of azonal limestone and freshwater swamp forests.”
“In addition, there are two intra-zonal/azonal types: flood plain (riparian) forest along the rivers and wetlands.”
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