verb (used with object), gla·ci·at·ed, gla·ci·at·ing.
verb (used without object), gla·ci·at·ed, gla·ci·at·ing.
Words nearby glaciate
Origin of glaciate
OTHER WORDS FROM glaciategla·ci·a·tion, nounun·gla·ci·at·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for glaciation
Glaciation then exposed huge deposits of frozen methane, a powerful greenhouse gas.
When the ice sheets expanded from the main centers of glaciation, the belt of storms would be pushed southward and outward.Climatic Changes|Ellsworth Huntington
But since destruction by glaciation no way has been opened for their return.The Chain of Life in Geological Time|Sir J. William Dawson
This last stage of glaciation may have coincided with that of the parallel roads of Glen Roy, spoken of in the last chapter.
Here he made valuable researches relative to the glaciation of the country.Comrade Kropotkin|Victor Robinson
The glaciation of the Scotch mountains was traced by him to the height of at least 3000 feet.