marbled marbled  /ˈmɑr bəld/


  • (adj) patterned with veins or streaks or color resembling marble



  1. Corn helps produce that marbled taste many of us love, but it can result in beef that is higher in fat helping to fuel the obesity epidemic.
  2. Their goal: deliver truckloads of well-marbled beef to the waiting plates of urban China's growing middle class.
  3. The marbled tail meat is prized by connoisseurs, as is whale sashimi, which is eaten with grated ginger or garlic to mask the odor.


  • Donald's Open edge: extra practice day in Chicago

    ARDMORE, Pa. – Last we heard from Luke Donald, he was feasting on perfectly marbled steak after a tournament win in Japan yielded a shipment of 200 pounds of Miyazaki beef.        
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Chicago Tribune


  1. For terrorists, attacking New York City "is marbled into their thought process," Cohen said. "If you want to get into the major leagues in the terrorism business, you come here."
    on Sep 9, 2008 By: David Cohen Source: FOXNews

  2. On theinfomercial, Trudeau said, "I had a big prime rib marbled with fat. Fordessert I had a big hot-fudge sundae with real ice cream, real hot fudge, realnuts and real whipped cream."
    on Nov 19, 2007 By: Kevin Trudeau Source: Chicago Tribune

  3. "I did feel in some ways those other guys have a bit more of the kind of marbled, buffed burden on their shoulders," said Giamatti, known for his roles in "Sideways," "American Splendor," "Howard Stern's Private Parts" and, more recently,...
    on Mar 14, 2008 By: Paul Giamatti Source: Scripps News

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