Words and phrases that have a meaning related to sediment:   (179 results)

Often used in the same context:
silt, sedimentation, contaminants, soils, groundwater, pollutants, leachate, streambed, turbidity, gravels, tailings, wetlands, sludge, subsurface, sulfides, salinity, sedimentary, intertidal, basin, estuaries, embayment, effluent, alluvium, vegetation, topsoil, headwater, aquifer, riprap, sedimentary rock, benthos, nitrogen, fly ash, outfall, lakes, calcite, solids, biota, marsh, amundsen sea, mudflat, nitrification, sulfate, meltwater, carbonate, freshwater, eelgrass, reservoir, peridotite, orthophosphate, floc, floodplain, sulphate, waterways, phosphorus, diabase, riverbed, drainage, reef, seagrass, tributaries, creek, colluvium, chlorides, arsenic, seawater, claystone, forebay, watersheds, sewage, brine, water, limestones, alkalinity, soil erosion, shoaling, watercourse, diatoms, diking, glaciers, acidification, flowage, underflow, landforms, loess, seepage, phosphorous, lavas, basalts, dredging, phyllosilicate, alkali, alongshore, oxbow, mussels, hydrologic cycle, magma, eutrophication, stromatolite, silica, wastewater, benthic, estuarine, silts, sediments, detritus, muds, gravel, sand, sands, clay, deposit, humus, mud, coagulum, precipitate, dirt, marl, pigment, dynamic, contaminant, pollutant, tribological, parasite, particulate, permeability, stoichiometric, condensate, droplet, nearshore, polymer, runoff, biotic, lipid, nonhomogeneous

More specific:
alluvial deposit, alluvial sediment, alluvium, dregs, evaporite, grounds, lees, lick, salt lick

Appears in the definition of:
., accretion, aggrade, alluviation, alluvion, clarified butter, cloudy, deposit, drawn butter, dregs, esker, evaporite, floodplain, flood plain, grounds, lees, mirky, muddy, murky, nodule, purge, purging, sedimentary, sedimentation, settle, settlings, shingling, supernatant, thalassic, turbid, turbidity, turbidness, unclouded

More general:
matter, substance


Also try:
— Adjectives for sediment: urinary, fine, bottom, marine, grained, coarse, much, soft, more, white, unconsolidated, more...

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Book See sediment used in context: 11 rhymes, several books and articles.

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