granular limestone

crystalline limestone, or marble, having a granular structure.

See also: granular

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Davidovits' mid-1980s proposal that the Great Pyramids were cast in place using a mixture of granular limestone and alkali alumino-silicate-based binder.
The marble extends two or three miles into the county of New-York [Manhattan], and is the termination of a range of primitive granular limestone [that at Kingsbridge] is stratified, presenting an inclination to the south-east of from sixty to seventy degrees.
The marble of the Kingsbridge quarries was described by Robinson (1825) as a "granular limestone, sometimes traversed by narrow veins of granite, mica slate, and quartz" with occasional "yellow mica," diopside, tourmaline, kyanite, feldspar, tremolite, pyrite, futile, dolomite and titanite.