Definitions of "reliction"
  1. A natural process where water bodies retreat over time, which exposes the new land
  2. The newly exposed land that results from the withdrawal of water
How to use "reliction" in a sentence
  1. The property value increased due to the reliction, opening up new development opportunities with the withdrawn water body.
  2. The landowner noticed a significant reliction on his waterside property over the last few years.
  3. The city started planning for a new park in the area uncovered by reliction.

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