Dripstones in a cave.
dripstone definition by Webster's New World
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- a drip (sense ) made of stone
- calcite or other similar mineral deposits, esp. a stalactite or stalagmite, formed in a cave by dripping or flowing water
dripstone definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- A protective drip made of stone, as on a cornice over a door or window. Also called hoodmold.
- Calcium carbonate in the form of stalactites or stalagmites.