- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lithify.
“Here was once shallow seawater, teeming with spirally little ammonites dutifully dying, falling into mud and getting lithified into cute fossils.”
“Vulnerability of arctic coasts to sea-level rise and erosion, showing land areas of the Arctic with elevations less than 10 m above mean sea level (red), regions with unlithified coasts (green), and regions with lithified coasts (brown) .”
“When the whole sedimentary pile is lithified the different grain-sizes would give the different layers different physical properties and can be split along them to uncover the ripples.”
“Beyond the edge of the continents, these sediments are lithified to form shales, limestones, and sandstones that make up the continental shelves, slopes, and rise.”
“Overtime these sediments can then become lithified.”
“Seems some geologists and anthropologists discovered what they thought might be human foot-prints in lithified volcanic ash beds near Puebla, Mexico.”
“The strata, although quite lithified, are certainly either latest Pliocene or early Quaternary, probably”
“Oftentimes the formation is only partially lithified”
“Though even fully lithified rock is capable of some amount of plastic deformation.”
“The rocks you're looking at in the wall of that canyon are made of lithified Prozac.”
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