Englacially

englacial

[en-gley-shuhl]
adjective Geology.
1.
within the ice of a glacier.
2.
believed to have been formerly within the ice of a glacier: englacial debris.

Origin:
1890–95; en-1 + glacial

englacially, adverb
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englacial (ɪnˈɡleɪsɪəl)
 
adj
embedded in, carried by, or running through a glacier: englacial drift; an englacial river
 
en'glacially
 
adv

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englacial   (ěn-glā'shəl)  Pronunciation Key 
Located or occurring within a glacier, as certain meltwater streams, till deposits, and moraines.
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