Also pud·ding·stone [poo d-ing-stohn] /ˈpʊd ɪŋˌstoʊn/.
Origin of pudding stone
First recorded in 1745–55
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Examples from the Web for pudding stone
You can lie out on the naked rocks and look like a piece of pudding-stone.Just So Stories
The basis of the soil is sandstone, covered with pudding-stone.The Spell of Switzerland
Nathan Haskell Dole
This appears evidently from the examination of our pudding-stone.Theory of the Earth, Volume 1 (of 4)</p>
When the pebbles are rounded the conglomerate is a pudding-stone.Roman Mosaics
The rocks are pudding-stone and sandstone, and belong to the Porcupine Mountain development.
- a conglomerate rock in which there is a difference in colour or composition between the pebbles and the matrix
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