- Having a microscopic crystalline framework.
- Whose crystalline nature only becomes evident at large amounts of magnification.
- Indistinctly crystalline; -- applied to rocks and nutrients, whose state of aggregation is really fine that no distinct particles tend to be visible, also beneath the microscope.
- A rock with this kind.
- Indistinctly or imperfectly crystalline: made use of of a mineral whose structure is so good that its crystalline personality is not obvious into attention, or which is semi-amorphous; in addition of a rock, or of their base, for which no definite character is discernible into the constituent particles, despite the microscope. See microcrystallinc.
Sentence for "cryptocrystalline"
- The many semi-precious stones which have…
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