Related formsme·te·or·it·ic [mee-tee-uh-rit-ik] /ˌmi ti əˈrɪt ɪk/, me·te·or·it·i·cal, me·te·or·it·al [mee-tee-uh-rahyt-l] /ˌmi ti əˈraɪt l/, adjective
Examples from the Web for meteorites
To solve the problem, we need to study a lot more comets and meteorites.
A majority of these meteorites comes from collisions in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.New York City Stages Largest Meteorite Auction Ever|Lizzie Crocker|October 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Finally it is interesting to know that Diamonds occur in meteorites, and hence doubtless exist in other worlds than ours.
Another remarkable fall of meteorites occurred at L'Aigle, France, in 1803.Astronomy for Young Folks|Isabel Martin Lewis
That's about 800 times the duration that the orthodox give to meteors and meteorites.The Book of the Damned|Charles Fort
Only a few of these shooting stars or meteorites will be seen in looking at any one point in the heavens.
Meteorites vary in size from minute objects not larger than a pea to masses of iron of enormous size.