from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In petrography, dominantly felic: used to describe divisions of igneous rock magmas characterized by a dominance of normative feldspar over normative quartz or lenads (= nephelite, leucite, sodalite) within the limits . See rock.
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