Simple past tense and past participle of sediment.(verb)
Deposited from sediment(adjective)
Having much sediment(adjective)
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Use "sedimented" in a sentence
"Cruikshank  shows how these stories are "sedimented" on land just like geological processes."
"I didn't know that "sedimented" is one of its root meanings, but I do see "sedimented" in a lot of translations from the French, though with a slightly different meaning, I think: something like "A historical condition or state taken to be a timeless universal"."
"Soils are naturally diverse because the region lies over several geological substrates, ranging from the soft sedimented lowland basin to the hard crystalline basement of the Brazilian Shield."