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noun Geology.
a brown to red, widely distributed deep-sea deposit consisting chiefly of microscopic particles and tinted red by iron oxides and manganese.
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Origin of red clay

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400

OTHER WORDS FROM red clay

red-clay, adjective
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