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Definition of "marbre" [marbre]

  • A Middle English form of marble. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "marbre" in a sentence
  • "Artist Stanford Staples was commissioned to paint the fresco upon the walls as well as hes combined an imaginative ruin with tones of blue as well as rose, faded as well as peeling surfaces, mistake marbre set above as well as the male with an arm outstretched the la Michelangelo."
  • "J'ai vu un ange dans le marbre et j'ai ciselé jusqu'à l'en libérer."
  • "And if a frappeur de puissance (as sluggers are now known) hit a fleche (an "arrow," or line drive) into the right-center field allee, listeners held their breath to hear whether the coureur (base-runner) would round third base and file vers le marbre (dash toward the "marble," or home plate)."