adjective Also a·myg·da·loi·dal.
Origin of amygdaloid
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I ascended one, and found it was capped with trap rock in amygdaloidal nodules.
Occasionally we meet with igneous rocks which are more or less vesicular and amygdaloidal throughout their entire mass.Geology
It occurs in a series of amygdaloidal dolerites or diabases, and in the associated sandstones and conglomerates.
It may be traced for many miles, passing through the amygdaloidal and other traps of the hill called Normans Law.
They consist almost exclusively of greenstone, becoming, in a few instances, earthy and amygdaloidal.