Origin of Miocene
OTHER WORDS FROM Miocenepost-Mi·o·cene, adjective
Words nearby Miocene
How to use Miocene in a sentence
It may have been as far back as the early Pliocene or the late Miocene Period, or even earlier.
Seemingly chipped stones have been found that belong to the remote Miocene geological age.
The present physical geography of considerable parts of Britain must date from Miocene times.
Disturbances culminating in Miocene times once more produced terrestrial conditions.
This accounts for the fact that it contains remains of Miocene animals, such as teeth of the Hipparion, or ancestor of the horse.