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[feld-spath-ik, fel-, feld-spath-, fel-] /fɛldˈspæθ ɪk, fɛl-, ˈfɛld spæθ-, ˈfɛl-/

adjective, Mineralogy.
of, relating to, or containing feldspar.
(fěld-spāth’ĭk, fěl-)
Relating to or containing feldspar.


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