Marlaceous

Mar`la´ceous


a.1.Resembling marl; partaking of the qualities of marl.
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The UE consists of greenish marlaceous clays with silicon sandstone inter-layers, foraminifers, shales of ostracordes.
--Layer 3: light-brown layer of marlaceous clay, with many small limestone blocks, numerous scattered carbonous particles, and ceramic materials characteristic of the Early Chalcolithic of Estremadura.
Here are 3 more.</p> <pre> crotalum (ancient Greek castanet) ROUT - CALM marlaceous (resembling marl) AROUSE - CALM caulomers (Webster's Second Ed.) ROUSE - CALM </pre> <p>To add to the confusion HOT and COLD, 2 of the antonyms of TEPID, are themselves antonyms!
The Upper Eocene (UE) consists of greenish marlaceous clays with silicon sandstone inter-layers, foraminifers, shales of ostracordes and the teeth of fish.
It is lithologically represented by brownish-gray clays with jarosite tarnish and inter-layers of gray, fine-grained sandstones, and by marlaceous and sideritic concretions.