- formed by concretion; consisting of concreted matter or masses.
Origin of concretionary
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Some shew a flaky or laminated structure; others are concretionary.Geology
A sort of concretionary affinity comes into play, and the different chemical units congregate together.
The prevalence of crystalline, concretionary and drusy structures in dolomite can thus be simply explained.
He pronounces it "a superficial highly ferrugineous sandstone, with concretionary veins and aggregations."Discoveries in Australia, Volume 1.
J Lort Stokes
In deposits of this nature in South America these concretionary masses form distinct beds.