Related formssed·i·men·tar·i·ly [sed-uh-muh n-tair-uh-lee, sed-uh-muh n-ter-] /ˌsɛd ə mənˈtɛər ə li, ˈsɛd ə mənˌtɛr-/, adverbun·sed·i·men·tar·i·ly, adverbun·sed·i·men·ta·ry, adjective
Examples from the Web for sedimentary
He kept encasing his answers in sedimentary layers of facts and assertions.
Sills, or intrusive sheets, are bed-like masses which have been thrust between the planes of sedimentary or even of igneous rocks.
Sedimentary rocks are formed by the removal and deposition of the weathered products of a land surface.
It is estimated that the feldspars make up 50 per cent of all the igneous rocks and 16 per cent of the sedimentary rocks.