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Definition by Wiktionary (Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License)

: the ability of a mineral or rock to split along predetermined planes.

the ability of a mineral or rock to split along predetermined planes.

definition If a mineral is strained beyond its elastic limits, it will break. If it breaks irregularly then it shows fracture, if it breaks along regular surfaces related to the crystal structure then it shows cleavage. this cleavage depends on weaknesses in the crystalline make-up of the mineral and is a diagnostic property which can reveal additional information about the mineral. table of cleavage types used in this database

the tendency of some minerals or rocks to break along planes of weakness. this weakness occurs because of the nature of the bonds between mineral grains.

transcrystalline fracture along specific crystallographic planes; usually associated with low-energy fracture; may exhibit river patterns and/or tongues.

cleavagecleav"age (?), n. 1. the act of cleaving or splitting. 2. (crystallog.) the quality possessed by many crystallized substances of splitting readily in one or more definite directions, in which the cohesive attraction is a minimum, affording more or less smooth surfaces; the direction of the dividing plane; a fragment obtained by cleaving, as of a diamond. see parting. 3. (geol.) division into lamin?, like slate, with the lamination not necessarily parallel to the plane of deposition; -- usually produced by pressure.   similar words(8) 

 lateral cleavage  pudendal cleavage  diagonal cleavage  dodecahedral cleavage  basal cleavage  cell cleavage  cubic cleavage  prismatic cleavage 

(n.)

The quality possessed by many crystallized substances of splitting readily in one or more definite directions, in which the cohesive attraction is a minimum, affording more or less smooth surfaces; the direction of the dividing plane; a fragment obtained by cleaving, as of a diamond. see Parting.  

(n.)

The act of cleaving or splitting.  

(n.)

Division into laminae, like slate, with the lamination not necessarily parallel to the plane of deposition; -- usually produced by pressure.  

Noun1. the state of being split or cleft (hypernym) state2. the breaking of a chemical bond in a molecule resulting in smaller molecules (hypernym) chemical process, chemical change, chemical action3. (embryology) the repeated division of a fertilised ovum (synonym) segmentation (hypernym) cell division, cellular division (part-holonym) pregnancy, gestation, maternity (classification) embryology4. the line formed by a groove between two parts (especially the separation between a woman's breasts) (hypernym) area, region5. the act of cleaving or splitting (hypernym) division (derivation) cleave, split, rive

top of the buttocks exposed

n. ngech - women's cleavage

Cleavage in general refers to a division or separation of form. its usage is heavily dependent on cultural context, where it may refer to:Partial exposure of part of the body:Cleavage (breasts), partial exposure of the separation between a woman's breasts.Cleavage enhancement, methods of making a person's breast cleavage look better than it really is.Cleavage (buttocks), partial exposure of buttock cheeks, particularly when visible because of low trousers, also known colloquially in the UK as builder's bum and in the US as plumber's crack.Cleavage (belly), partial exposure of the skin between the chest and the waist. cleavage (toes), partial exposure of the top of a woman's toes, particularly when visible because of shoes with low cut vamps.Cleavage (crystal), in mineralogy and materials science, is a process of splitting a single crystal.Cleavage (geology), foliation perpendicular to stress as a result of ductile deformation. e.g. shales (shists) cleavage (embryo), in embryology, is the division of cells in the early embryo. cleavage (fiber), in optical fibers. teeth cleavage or tooth cleavage, slang for Diastema (dentistry), the gap between a person's two front teeth. cleavage (band), Toronto rock band.In cell biology, the Cleavage furrow is the indentation that begins the process of cleavage, by which animal cells undergo cytokinesis. cleavage (chemistry and biochemistry) the breaking of chemical bonds. cleavage (politics) The divisions of society that cause people to vote differently

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Typos

  • cleqvqge
  • clewvwge
  • clesvsge
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  • xleavage
  • sleavage
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  • cleaage

Anagrams

  • cleageva
  • clevaage
  • cleaegva
  • cleaevga
  • cleavgae
  • cleaaveg
  • clegaaev
  • clevgaea
  • cleeaavg
  • cleaveag
  • cleaaevg
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  • cleavega
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  • clegevaa
  • cleevgaa
  • cleaagev
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  • clegvaea
  • clegeava
  • cleaaegv
  • clegaeva
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  • cleavage
  • cleaeagv
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  • cleavgea
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  • cleagvea
  • cleageav

Word analysis of cleavage

Length8
Vocalscleavage
Consonantscleavage
MD5480f18ce6d103a86fd981a0cde244dac
SHA13c1170706823650f00a8a628d47efdaac94dc452