Definition for DE-BAC'LE

DE-BAC'LE, n. [Fr.]

A breaking or bursting forth. – Buckland. The geological deluge, which is supposed to have swept the surface of the earth, and to have conveyed the fragments of rocks, and the remains of animals and vegetables, to a distance from their native localities. – Ed. Encyc.

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