eolith

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e·o·lith

 (ē′ə-lĭth′)
n.
A crude stone artifact, such as a flake.

eolith

(ˈiːəʊˌlɪθ)
n
(Archaeology) a stone, usually crudely broken, used as a primitive tool in Eolithic times

e•o•lith

(ˈi ə lɪθ)

n.
a chipped stone of the late Tertiary Period in Europe once thought to have been flaked by humans but now known to be the product of natural agencies.
[1890–95]
e`o•lith′ic, adj.

eolith

a stone tool, as one used in the early Stone Age. — eolithic, adj.
See also: Stones

eolith

A primitive tool made of a roughly broken stone, especially flint.
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Noun1.eolith - a crude stone artifact (as a chipped flint); possibly the earliest tools
tool - an implement used in the practice of a vocation
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