Thesaurus / marbles
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Strutt believed that nuts of the roundest sort were the original “marbles.”
In ancient times, when we were boys, and indulged in the luxury of marbles, they were very different from their present form.
It will be of great benefit to us to look upon the paintings and marbles of the Old World.
Here is a red morocco bag in which I kept my ill-gotten gains in marbles.
REVISITING THE EARTHJAMES LANGDON HILL
Thins apples on trees when the size of marbles, and believes it pays.
THE APPLEVARIOUS
Marbles are, perhaps, the most permanent form of the limestone rocks.
Give him the freedom of the yard and street,--give him marbles, a ball, the skates!
And he did not, so Mun Bun had all his trouble for nothing, not even getting back the marbles.
The one making the most counts after rolling all the marbles is entitled to one game.
The mosaics and marbles of the interior were laid in lime and oil.

WORDS RELATED TO MARBLES

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.