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See definition of marbling on Dictionary.com
  • as inspot
  • as instreak
  • as instriate
  • as invariegate

synonyms for marbling

  • besmirch
  • bespatter
  • blot
  • blotch
  • dapple
  • dirty
  • dot
  • fleck
  • maculate
  • marble
  • mottle
  • pepper
  • pimple
  • soil
  • spatter
  • speck
  • speckle
  • splash
  • splotch
  • stipple
  • streak
  • stripe
  • stud
  • sully
  • taint
  • tarnish
  • smear
  • variegate
  • spot
  • daub
  • band
  • fleck
  • stripe
  • slash
  • dapple
  • marble
  • vein
  • striate
  • strake
  • smear
  • spot
  • daub
  • band
  • fleck
  • stripe
  • slash
  • variegate
  • dapple
  • marble
  • vein
  • strake
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antonyms for marbling

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        How to use marbling in a sentence

        The investment in time and effort has led some to compare hoshigaki to Kobe beef, which requires ranchers to massage their cattle daily to achieve rich marbling.
        THE ART OF HOSHIGAKI AT HOMEJAMIE FELDMARJANUARY 7, 2021EATER
        Much use of the square, but no more play with the marbling-hammer.
        PECCAVIE. W. HORNUNG
        From the viscidity of the several masses, their incorporation is left incomplete, so as to produce the appearance of marbling.
        A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINESANDREW URE
        The style of painting floors called "marbling," hardly yet extinct, was a survival of this custom.
        THE NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE VOLUME 1, NO. 3, MARCH, 1886VARIOUS
        More common methods of decorating edges are by marbling and sprinkling, but they are both inferior to plain colouring.
        BOOKBINDING, AND THE CARE OF BOOKSDOUGLAS COCKERELL
        Some pleasant effects are sometimes obtained by marbling edges and then gilding over the marbling.
        BOOKBINDING, AND THE CARE OF BOOKSDOUGLAS COCKERELL
        Marbling, colouring the edges and end papers in various patterns, obtained by floating colours on a gum solution.
        BOOKBINDING, AND THE CARE OF BOOKSDOUGLAS COCKERELL
        The serrated mottler or marbler (Fig. 21) is used for maple or satinwood in distemper or for marbling.
        PRACTICAL GRAININGWILLIAM E. (WILLIAM EDMUND) WALL
        The large tail feathers are less brown and more rufous in colour, with lighter rufous marbling mixed with brown.
        EXTINCT BIRDSWALTER ROTHSCHILD
        He never saw any miliary eruptions, and only sometimes petechiae, or small spots, or marbling as in measles.
        A HISTORY OF EPIDEMICS IN BRITAIN, VOLUME II (OF 2)CHARLES CREIGHTON
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