Geanticline meaning

jē-ăn'tĭ-klīn'
A large upward fold of the earth's crust.
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A great upward folding of the earth's crust, larger and more complex than an anticline, commonly measured in tens or hundreds of miles.
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(geology, geography) A large-scale anticline; a large upward lift in the earth's surface.
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Origin of geanticline

From Ancient Greek γῆ (gē, “earth”) + anticline.