[ UK /mˈɑːmɔːɹˌi‍əl/ ]
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of marble
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How To Use marmoreal In A Sentence

  • It does Mr. Chernow no disservice to regard his biography as a culmination of a long biographical tradition that has divested Washington of his marmoreal armor. The Life of the Lives
  • Kubrick was all about making marmoreal masterworks, not pleasing mortals with morsels of wish-fulfillment fantasy.
  • In the walls at the two sides of the high altar, there are two elegant small choirs in red marble, placed on marmoreal portal as well, and the two Chancels with big seventeenth century organs.
  • She seems to have had so much work done, subtle and not so subtle, that she looks like a marmorealized version of herself.
  • Comedies opera buffa such as this made opera seria look marmoreal. Opera through the ages
  • Early elegies alternate an almost marmoreal calm with twig-in-the-wind helplessness. The Times Literary Supplement
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