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- adj. sedimentary
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Sedimentary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or of the nature of sediment or dregs.
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I am trying not to be sedimental, but your commentary on this is stone-cold Aydin.
The third dimension of time is the residual, the dead realities beneath us, laid down as sedimental strata of morphologies, metaphysics complexifying through each iteration of a cosmos in a process of involution, of evolution, order emerging out of chaos until we find ourselves here on the solid surface of a world run by scientific principles.
These being prevented from yielding outwardly by the tenacity and weight of the solid involucrum of precipitated and sedimental deposits which overspread them, sustained a pressure out of proportion to their expansive force, and were in consequence proportionately condensed, and by the continuance of the process, where the overlying strata were sufficiently resistant, finally consolidated.
These songs were rock, now they're just sedimental.)