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  • verb Present participle of marmalise.

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Examples

  • I admit I originally switched over hoping to indulge in a spot of schadenfreude, thinking the home pundits would be chafing at England's marmalising performances with bat and ball.

    Aussie cricket commentators have been a breath of fresh air on air | Rob Bagchi

  • This week, as England devoured Bangladesh with the casual intensity of a cartoon dog nonchalantly marmalising a foot-long sandwich, I found myself growing restless, peering through the crowd of stern-faced Englishmen ticking off their landmarks and milestones for a glimpse of my new favourite cricketer.

    Why do I like Tim Bresnan so much?

  • Colly gets right behind the next delivery, marmalising the ball back to the bowler with a forward-defensive, before lunging forward and marmalising into the covers for no run.

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  • Colly gets right behind the next delivery, marmalising the ball back to the bowler with a forward-defensive, before lunging forward and marmalising into the covers for no run.

    BBC News - Home

  • Colly gets right behind the next delivery, marmalising the ball back to the bowler with a forward-defensive, before lunging forward and marmalising into the covers for no run.

    BBC News - Home

  • Hilfenhaus backs away before scuttling forward and marmalising

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  • Colly gets right behind the next delivery, marmalising the ball back to the bowler with a forward-defensive, before lunging forward and marmalising into the covers for no run.

    BBC News - Home

  • Hilfenhaus backs away before scuttling forward and marmalising

    BBC News - Home

  • For English keepers this has all been very confusing, most notably for Paul Robinson who, with his great lumpen marmalising thighs and air of sullen confusion, could have blossomed quite happily into an old-style caveman-keeper.

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  • BLACKBURN (AFP) - A visit from Chelsea is never less than daunting: when they roll into your home stadium fresh from marmalising their supposed title rivals Arsenal on their own patch it becomes positively nerve-shredding.

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