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Origin of diluvial
OTHER WORDS FROM diluvialpre·di·lu·vi·al, adjectiveun·di·lu·vi·al, adjectiveun·di·lu·vi·an, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for diluvial
Turner says, from the depth, these seeds must have been of the diluvian age.
Therefore we must needs acknowledge the diluvian tradition to be really indigenous in Mexico and not an invention of missionaries.
We also hear of a diluvian story among the Eulets or Kalmuks, where it seems to have come in with Buddhism.
The most essential feature of all traditions properly called diluvian is wanting here.
Six days and as many nights passed; the wind, the waterspout, and the diluvian rain were in all their strength.Mythical Monsters|Charles Gould