Definition of glaciated in English:

glaciated

Line breaks: gla¦ci|ated
Pronunciation: /ˈɡleɪsɪeɪtɪd
 
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adjective

Covered or having been covered by glaciers or ice sheets: a glaciated valley
More example sentences
  • None of the streams draining upland areas of the Southeast were glaciated during Pleistocene ice ages or inundated by Cretaceous seas during interglacial periods.
  • The region is adjacent to the driftless area, and was glaciated during the Wisconsin glaciation.
  • The two maps are genetically related, but very different, in some ways loosely comparable to the ‘Solid’ and ‘Drift’ geological maps of a heavily glaciated area.

Origin

mid 19th century: past participle of obsolete glaciate, from Latin glaciare 'freeze', from glacies 'ice'.

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