marmoreal[mär môr′ē əl]
marmoreal definition by Webster's New World
- of marble
- like marble; cold, white, smooth, hard, etc.
Origin: ; from Classical Latin marmoreus ; from marmor, marble plush -al
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- marmoreally adverb
marmoreal definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Resembling marble, as in smoothness, whiteness, or hardness.
Origin: From Latin marmoreus, from marmor, marble.
- mar·moˈre·al·ly adverb