marble

[ mahr-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF marble

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It was motionless as marble; but never had she seen anything so beautiful, and so unearthly.

From this marble Phidias sculptured a statue of Vengeance, which was called Rhamnusia.

As she rose, her face changed, she gave a cry, and fell upon the marble floor.

At the first glimpse of the terrible head of Medusa, they whitened into marble!

The moon shone on them; they looked as if they were carved with marble.

On a pedestal beneath the window was placed a marble bust of Dante.

The marble statues in its pediments dropped to the ground and broke.

Mix the whole together, and pound it to a paste in a marble mortar.

But the marble statues they put into a kiln to make lime to plaster their houses.

A marble slab is much better to roll it on than a paste-board.

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