marbled

[ mahr-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF marbled

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MARBLED

Then the sides may be covered with marbled paper or cloth, and the volume is restored.

Most owners of books have had the edges of the volumes gilded or marbled by the binders.

The abdomen is marbled with yellowish and white flecks, and is hairy at the end.

Sometimes the edges are "marbled," and this is an interesting process to watch.

Marbled leather should be decorated with flat ornament only.

John noticed the change in the coloring of his marbled visage, and turned about.

The covers, if calf or sheep skin, are next sprinkled or marbled.

It and the variety marmorata, with marbled foliage, are fine for groups.

The chel are marbled with purplish spots and are nearly smooth.

Shell much depressed, marbled and doubly-banded with ferrugineous.

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