Adjective(1) of or relating to or characteristic of marble
(1) The Virgin's body and neck are dramatically attenuated, and her marmoreal forehead and glossy curls are decorated with ropes of pearls and an enormous ruby.(2) As such, his physique evokes the structure of bodybuilding's frontiersmen: marmoreal monsters who were as thick and deep as they were wide, because they defied their bodies rather than ├ö├ç├┐listened to them.├ö├ç├û(3) The oxymoronic ├ö├ç├┐gripped undulation├ö├ç├û suggests the marmoreal petrifaction of a wave at the ├ö├ç├┐salt margin├ö├ç├û of the sea; whilst the last two lines allegorise the image of a pilot ejecting from mortality.(4) The juxtaposition of very loud and very soft chords (with many pregnant pauses in between) creates a frozen or marmoreal effect.(5) A Victorian era adjective floats to mind: marmoreal , with its connotations of smoothness, paleness, and death.(6) The evening began with Mozart's Linz Symphony, marmoreally lifeless, with a chilling smoothness to which one would have preferred any amount of wrong notes.(7) Marmoreally frigid at a first glance, it grows in warmth as we approach the main altar and the 17c painting found at Vinello.(8) His face became marmoreally still, even as his eyes welled up and began to close.(9) It lacks the nostalgic tug of his early work and is not as marmoreally "tragic" as the later stuff.(10) Keith's house, on the other hand, is a tidy fortress of English propriety and composure, presided over by a marmoreally composed mother and patrolled by a jolly authoritarian of a father, who calls his son '├ö├ç├┐old bean'├ö├ç├û.
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