euhedral

[yoo-hee-druhl]
adjective Petrography.
idiomorphic ( def 1 ).

Origin:
1905–10; eu- + -hedral

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The fracture is partially filled with large euhedral crystals of calcite.
Euhedral pyrite cubes coarsen outward along the edge of the sample suggesting open-space growth.
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