Origin of stalagmite
OTHER WORDS FROM stalagmitestal·ag·mit·ic [stal-uhg-mit-ik], /ˌstæl əgˈmɪt ɪk/, stal·ag·mit·i·cal, adjectivestal·ag·mit·i·cal·ly, adverb
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH stalagmitestalactite, stalagmite
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How to use stalagmite in a sentence
These were frequently buried beneath deposits of stalagmite and other materials that must have taken a long time to accumulate.Man And His Ancestor|Charles Morris
Stalagmite with a few bones and antlers of reindeer, the thickness varying from one to fifteen inches.
The evidences from peat bogs, stalagmite formations, stone, iron and bronze tools are all now considered unreliable by scientists.The Other Side of Evolution|Alexander Patterson
Slow water fell drop by drop from the point of the stalactite upon the point of the stalagmite.The Young Trailers|Joseph A. Altsheler
This stalagmite is much deeper in colour and less translucent than the onyx marbles of Algeria and Mexico.