fracture cleavage A cleavage (defined originally by Leith in 1905) which resembles very closely spaced, parallel joints or fractures, but where in fact the ‘fractures’ are due to a loss of material resulting from pressure solution. In modern terminology the term would be replaced by ‘spaced cleavage’.
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