Origin of diluvial
OTHER WORDS FROM diluvialpre·di·lu·vi·al, adjectiveun·di·lu·vi·al, adjectiveun·di·lu·vi·an, adjective
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How to use diluvial in a sentence
This repository was first disclosed by the action of the lake against a diluvial shore, in which the bones were buried.The Indian in his Wigwam|Henry R. Schoolcraft
Finally, all the peoples whose remains have been found in the oldest diluvial deposits of Europe belong to the tall races.Elements of Folk Psychology|Wilhelm Wundt
The banks of the River St. Clair are wholly alluvial or diluvial.
Towards this, its diluvial banks, charged with boulders and pebbles, sloped at a steep angle.
The shore soon assumes a diluvial character, bordered with long lines of yellow sand and pebbles.