Related formsnon·al·lu·vi·al, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for alluvial
The ground was fertile, with alluvial, or unconsolidated, soil.
Mere amplitude of the most ordinary elements of water and alluvial land has done this.
The vast stain of mud and alluvial filth extended for leagues into the gulf.
There is a group of valleys all round them, and alluvial beds accumulate in them.The Argentine Republic|Pierre Denis
The soil in those situations is alluvial, and its extreme fertility often induces unfortunate people to reside in them.
The alluvial deposit from primeval lakes contributed to fatten the soil of other parts of the prairies.The Frontier in American History|Frederick Jackson Turner