|geological fault||overthrust fault; overthrust|
|(Geology) belief that major geological changes on earth were caused by catastrophes (and not by gradual change), pessimism, theory of geological violence||catastrophism|
|(Geology) of the mesozoic period (middle geological period), belonging to prehistoric era, Mesozoic era||Mesozoic|
|(Mining) incline from a vertical position (of a fault or vein), angle of a fault plane, slope from the vertical||hade|
|accuse, describe symptoms of something, express unhappiness about something, find fault, express displeasure||complain|
|act or process of becoming rigid or hard; callousness, lack of feeling, hardening, hardening of geological sediment, hardness in body tissue||induration|
|ailment, expressing of dissatisfaction, finding fault, act of expressing displeasure; pleading entered by a plaintiff (Law), formal charge, something making somebody unhappy, statement, statement of unhappiness||complaint|
|amends, money paid to repair a loss, payment of money to cover loss, recompense, repayment; something done to make up for (a loss, deficiency or fault), stressing a quality||compensation|
|apparent horizon, celestial horizon, circle on apparent sphere of sky, circle on celestial sphere, distinct layer of soil, geological layer, line where the sky appears to meet the Earth, place where earth meets sky, range of experience, sensible horizon||horizon|
|Archaean, Archean era, of earliest geological period, of oldest rock||Archean|
|arrive at guilty verdict, prisoner, person convicted of a crime, prove someone guilty of a crime; convince someone of error or wrongdoing, instill someone with a sense of guilt; declare guilty, rule that somebody is guilty, show to be at fault, somebod...||convict|
|backwash, burst open, split, cleave, disagreement, fault, gap or break, shallow water, cleft, fissure, crevice; break in friendly relations; disagreement that causes a break in friendly relations||rift|
|before there was life on Earth, of or pertaining to the Precambrian era (geological period preceding the first appearance of life on Earth), without any life||azoic|
|best, choice, choose, select; pluck, pull out; tear out; peck, strike with a sharp instrument; pluck the strings of an instrument, play a stringed instrument, comb for curly hair, crop portion, device for plucking guitar strings, find fault, hoe, tool ...||pick|
|blamelessly, without fault, perfectly||faultlessly|
|blameworthy, at fault||blameful|
|blunder, fault; error, choose something incorrectly, identify somebody or something incorrectly, incorrect act or decision, make an error, be wrong; misinterpret, misunderstand; confuse, misunderstand something, misunderstanding||mistake|
|carping criticism, complain, criticize, find fault, object for no good reason||cavil|
|cipher key, cypher, design of interlacing initials, fault in organ valve, sound owing to fault, text in cipher, write in code, write in code; calculate, work out mathematically, written code, zero, naught; number, Arabic numeral; code; unimportant person||cipher|
|clean, faultless, pure, without stain; free from fault; having one color (Biology)||immaculate|
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