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Oxford dictionary definition of the word marble:
1 [mass noun] a hard crystalline metamorphic form of limestone, typically white with coloured mottlings or streaks, which may be polished and is used in sculpture and architecture:
the spotless white marble of the Taj Mahal
a marble floor
used figuratively to refer to something with the smoothness, hardness, or colour of marble:
her shoulders were as white as marble
[count noun] a marble sculpture:
a pair of dramatic marbles showing dogs attacking a buck
2a small ball of coloured glass or similar material used as a toy.
(marbles) [treated as singular] a game in which marbles are rolled along the ground with the aim of hitting those of one’s opponent:
a couple of girls were playing marbles
3 (one’s marbles) informal one’s mental faculties:
I thought she’d lost her marbles, asking a question like that
stain or streak (something) so that it looks like marble:
the stone walls were marbled with moss and lichen