ground-moraine love


from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In geology, a compact, unstratified deposit formed beneath glaciers; till; boulder-clay.


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  • The northern or seaward face of the hill is much plastered with drift, but none is to be found on the landward side, and it is suggested that the shell-bearing material is the ground-moraine of

    The Antiquity of Man


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