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agate a playing marble made of, or colored to resemble, this stone. [1/2 definitions]
aggie a playing marble made of, or made to resemble, agate.
alley2 a large, special playing marble that is often used as a shooter.
calcite a common, soft mineral that occurs in chalk, marble, and limestone and is composed of calcium carbonate.
calcium carbonate a white crystalline compound found in chalk, limestone, marble, shells, and plant ash that is used in the manufacture of cement, paints, plastics, and polishing agents such as toothpaste.
knuckle to shoot (a marble) with the forefinger and thumb. [1/4 definitions]
marble made of or resembling marble. [2/7 definitions]
marbleize to color or mix with streaks and veins in imitation of real marble.
marbling a streaked or mottled pattern like that of marble. [1/3 definitions]
marmoreal of or resembling marble.
Parian of or concerning Paros, from which comes a fine white marble. [2/3 definitions]
quarry1 a large open hole or pit dug for mining stone, marble, gravel, or the like. [2/3 definitions]
rolling pin a hard smooth cylinder of wood or marble, usu. having handles at each end, that is used to roll out dough.
Taj Mahal a white marble mausoleum celebrated for its design and decoration built c.1640 in Agra, India by the Mogul Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal.
taw1 a large playing marble used as a shooter. [2/3 definitions]
terrazzo a flooring that is composed of marble or other stone chips bound in cement and polished when dry.
travertine a type of limestone that is found as a deposit at natural hot springs, that looks like pocked marble, and that is used for the facing and floors of buildings, esp. public ones.