"Landslide of wet sediment" crossword clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 02 May 2023

Landslide of wet sediment NYT crossword answer is:

MUDFLOW (7 letters length)

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A landslide of wet sediment is a phenomenon that occurs when a large amount of wet sediment is displaced from its original location due to the force of gravity. This can occur in a variety of ways, such as when a river overflows its banks, when a large body of water is released from a reservoir, or when an earthquake causes a large amount of sediment to be displaced. In all cases, the displacement of wet sediment can cause significant damage to infrastructure, property, and the environment. The New York Times crossword clue for December 26, 2022, is likely referring to this phenomenon.

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