- A gray or white potassium aluminosilicate, typically found in alkali volcanic rocks.More example sentences
- The three commonest feldspathoids are leucite, nepheline, and sodalite.
- Additionally, lamproites may contain leucite, richterite, sanidine, and occasionally nepheline, whereas kimberlites do not.
- Familiar examples include nepheline, leucite, and members of the sodalite and cancrinite groups.
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- Williams describes leucitic dike rocks in which ‘pseudoleucite’ is a most important constituent.
- The river was not visible from the hill; and in order to see it I was obliged to descend into the deep channel which it had dug out of the soft tufaceous and leucitic lava.
More definitions of leuciteDefinition of leucite in:
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