Examples of marbled in a Sentence
The mansion has beautiful marbled columns.
The meat was marbled with fat.
Recent Examples of marbled from the Web
The Shanghai, where her mother’s family hails from, features a jade-like bit of marbled agate and a white and blue porcelain bead akin to a Ming vase.
In one photo, Conrad stood with his mother, father, brother and sister posed in front of a blue-marbled backdrop for a family portrait.
Serendipity could soon find him, if his handlers play their cards right, alongside his high school classmate back in those marbled halls — a Washington institution conservatives have long sought to dominate and shape in their own image.
In this photo, the clouds of Jupiter appear to be a beautiful, marbled swirl of colors and textures.
Auerbach’s version is a wonder in the fireboat colors of red and white, filtered through her abstract and optical eye, combining painting with the laws of science into marbled swirls, liquid patterns, and blocks of color.
Gently knead to smooth out twist and incorporate colors for a marbled effect.
Or an upscale riff on the McDonald’s apple pie: a flakey, flawless French pastry filled with marbled Japanese monkfish, black truffle and lardo.
Crowds draped in white-blue-red Russian flags sang folk songs and whooped wildly in the marbled corridors of the St. Petersburg subway.
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MARBLED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of marbled for English Language Learners
: made from or decorated with marble
: having markings or colors similar to marble
of meat : having lines of fat mixed throughout
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