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- having the shape of a column
- constructed with columns
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
Co*lum"*nar (?), a. [L.
columnaris, fr. columna.] Formed in columns;
having the form of a column or columns; like the shaft of a
Columnar epithelium (Anat.),
epithelium in which the cells are prismatic in form, and set
upright on the surface they cover. -- Columnar
structure (Geol.), a structure consisting of
more or less regular columns, usually six-sided, but sometimes
with eight or more sides. The columns are often fractured
transversely, with a cup joint, showing a concave surface above.
This structure is characteristic of certain igneous rocks, as
basalt, and is due to contraction in cooling.
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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