craterous

craterous

(ˈkreɪtərəs)
adj
of, relating to, or resembling a crater
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The borders of units are generally faulting and in the border of permeating units such as craterous granite (kgr) with craterous limestone the performance of the fault is specified and no metamorphosed are seen, and most of mineralization is done in the border between metamorphosed limestone units and meta-volcanic unit.
In Alexandria, the preferred holiday destination for Egyptians, streets are full of craterous potholes and litter.
But she is sure that a Pomodoro sphere--in this case, a big one that once stood in the sculpture garden at UC Berkeley, a pitted, craterous, rather derelict sphere--served as the model for the Death Star, the ruinous Death Star of Return of the Jedi.
One gets a fleeting impression of underwater coral, blue on blue, before the darkened paint, a mixture of blues and reds, fuses that image with an even more fleeting suggestion of the craterous surface of the moon (see plates 14 and 15).