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  • v. Present participle of marbleize.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A texture like that of marble.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a texture like that of marble


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  • "Eighties excess ruled the day—it was all about pattern-on-pattern, people marbleizing every doorframe," she said.

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  • Turns out marbleizing a cake is as easy as dividing the finished mix into two bowls, then stirring two teaspoons of cocoa powder into one of the bowls before pouring the mixes, by turn, into the cake pan.

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  • At Santa Barbara all that remains of the old decorations are found in the reredos, the marbleizing of the engaged columns on each wall and the entrance and side arches.

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  • With 22 years of combined experience, Vukelic and Zmijanjac specialize in custom finishes: murals, trompe l'oeil, marbleizing, gold-leafing, Venetian plastering, and furniture refinishing.

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  • Especially popular at the time was wood graining and faux marbleizing.


  • Multiple colors, stenciled designs and marbleizing are just a few of the creative techniques that will make your beautiful eggs a special find.


  • There is a children's pavilion where they will have activities set up for shaping clay, marbleizing paper, tie-dying, making a self-portrait, pot throwing, corn shuck doll making, and more.

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