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Alternative clues for the word marbles

Children's game in which players "knuckle down"

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A children's game played with little balls made of a hard substance (as glass)

Child's game

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Word definitions for marbles in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
marbles \marbles\ n. A children's game played with marbles[3], little balls made of a hard substance (as glass).

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 (plural of marble English) 2 (context plural only English) Any of several children's games played with small glass balls. 3 (context plural only usually in a limited number of expressions English) sanity. vb. (en-third-person singular of: marble )

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
children's game, from plural of marble (n.); first recorded by that name in 1709 but probably older (it was known in 13c. German as tribekugeln ) and originally played with small balls of polished marble or alabaster, later clay; the modern glass ones with...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a children's game played with little balls made of a hard substance (as glass) the basic human power of intelligent thought and perception; "he used his wits to get ahead"; "I was scared out of my wits"; "he still had all his marbles and was in full...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Marbles is the 13th studio album from rock band Marillion , released in 2004. Unlike their previous studio album, Anoraknophobia (2001), which was financed largely by a preorder campaign, it was the publicity campaign that fans financed for the album. Those...

Usage examples of marbles.

Father, the next shipment of your marbles for the tomb are on the way.

Piccolomini statues he was carving marbles in which he had no genuine interest.

In this front line of buildings Donatello, Della Robbia and Orcagna had carved their marbles, had cast their bronze pieces in the Opera furnaces.

Bugiardini borrowed one of Ghirlandaio's carts, came to the Buonarroti house, helped him wrap and carry the marbles down the stairs.

Suppose when I finish the cardinal says, 'I have seen better marbles in Rome.

The drawings would have to be approved by the cardinal, and the marbles recarved if the final pieces did not please His Grace.

We believe that great commissions for frescoes, for mosaics, for bronzes and marbles will be forthcoming for all our artists.

I need a huge studio to handle these marbles, with a thirty-foot roof, and a large outdoor paved court.

The Holy Father wants you to carve as many heroic marbles as you can conceive: ten, twenty, thirty!

You'll be the first sculptor to have that many sculptured marbles in one place since Phidias did the frieze on the Parthenon.

He had spent the Pope's entire thousand ducats for marbles and shipping, but Julius refused to give him more money until he had seen one of the statues carved.

The Guffatti sons came with the family wagon to carry the marbles to the rear portico of the house.

On the last day of January, surrounded by his wet and stained marbles, he sat down at the plank table and wrote his father a letter, enclosing a note to Argiento, which he asked Lodovico to send on to the farm at Ferrara, where Argiento had gone when the Signoria reclaimed Michelangelo's house until he could resume work for them.

Michelangelo would have to make payment at the docks before the marbles could be released.

Sangallo wrote that my second shipload of marbles has been lying exposed in the Piazza San Pietro.