overlap and overstep
offlap, onlap, overlap, and overstep
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1 An unconformable relationship in which a younger series of rocks rests upon progressively older rocks, suggesting the series below the unconformity is tilted. See also offlap; and overlap.
2 The progressive development of hanging-wall thrusts.
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