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Definitions of marble:

part of speech: noun

MARBLER.

part of speech: adjective

Made of, or like, marble; cold; hard; unfeeling.

part of speech: verb transitive

To stain or vein like marble.

part of speech: adjective

Made of marble: veined like marble: hard: insensible.

part of speech: noun

A calcareous stone susceptible of a high polish; anything made of marble; any rock susceptible of a fine polish; a little stone ball used by boys in play; a stone remarkable for some inscription or sculpture.

part of speech: adjective

Made of marble; variegated or veined like marble; hard; insensible.

part of speech: noun

A hard limestone of various colors capable of taking a fine polish; anvthing like such stone; a single piece of such stone; a small stone or glass ball used as a child's plaything.

part of speech: noun

Any species of limestone taking a high polish: that which is made of marble, as a work of art, or a little ball used by boys in play.

part of speech: verb

To variegate or vein in imitation of marble.

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