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Word of the Day 09/11/17 Quaquaversal

Quaquaversal (adjective)
quaquaversal [kwey-kwuh-vur-suh l]


adjective
1. (of a geological formation) sloping downward from the center in all directions.


Origin: 1720-30; < Latin quāquā vers(us) literally, wheresoever turned, turned everywhere + -al

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