Preglacial \Pre*gla"cial\, a. (Geol.) Prior to the glacial or drift period. [1913 Webster]

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  • preglacial — adj. prior to the Ice Age, occurring before the Ice Age …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • preglacial — pre·glacial …   English syllables

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  • preglacial — adj. before a glacial period …   Useful english dictionary

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