Definition of marled in English:

marled

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Pronunciation: /mɑːld
 
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adjective

(Chiefly of yarn or fabric) mottled or streaked: a cabled marled wool sweater
More example sentences
  • The stocking has an English foot and a heel and toe of grey marled wool.
  • A unique waffle-weave and gray marled wool creates a rich texture.
  • Diamond stitching gives an argyle look to a quarter-zip mock-neck sweater made of soft, marled wool.

Origin

early 16th century: perhaps a shortening of marbled.

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