American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A layered deposit of calcium carbonate on rock where water has flowed or dripped, as on the walls of a cave.
“Another guide also turned off the lights in another room to show visitors the dim phosphorescense from a "flowstone" formation.”
“Portions were rocky with slides or jacketed in flowstone.”
“Suspended in the flowstone beneath her feet, a dozen dead hadals seemed ready to rise up and break free.”
“She went to the creature suspended in flowstone, the mineral seepage.”
“You could see them underfoot, suspended in the flowstone, hundreds, no, thousands of them.”
“Clemens approached a tall, translucent flange of flowstone.”
“For a moment, he thought his buddy in the flowstone had come back to life and broken free.”
“They walked across the flowstone, now and then peering down through the mineral lens at the plague victims.”
“Overrun with flowstone and alabaster talus and thick vines, it looked like a forest without the trees.”
“The lower battlements were smothered with flowstone.”
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