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perado. marauding, adj. roving, raiding, plundering, pillaging, ravaging; buccaneering, privateering, piratical, piratic; preying, predatory, predacious, rapacious; thievish. marble, n. 1. chalcedony, limestone, quartz; agate, SI. aggie, SI. glassy, shooter.

-adj. 2. hard, polished, smooth, vitreous, glossy, shiny, lustrous.
3. marble-hearted, cold-hearted, hard-hearted; cold, austere, harsh, flinty, steely; unsympathetic, unfeeling, uncompassionate, uncaring, indifferent; merciless, relentless, unforgiving; rigid, stiff, stiff-necked; unkind, cruel, icy.
-v. 4. variegate, mottle, stipple, fleck, striate; spot, spatter, sprinkle, spangle, dapple, march, v. 1. walk, step, pace, tread, goose-step, stride; file, parade, defile; shuffle, plod, tramp, mush; hike, trudge, foot, hoof, stump; stamp, amble, stroll, perambulate, saunter; strut, traipse, stalk, prance, swagger, flounce.
2. advance, proceed, go forward, forge ahead, get ahead, pass along; make headway, make progress, make strides, gain ground; go on, continue on, roll on, flow on, cover ground; develop, evolve, rise, further, prefer.
-n. 3. column, file, train, retinue; parade, procession, cortege, caravan, cavalcade, coffle.
4. pace, stride, step, gait, walk; stamp, tread, parade, promenade; stalk, strut, traipse, flounce, prance; trudge, shuffle, saunter, stroll; trek, hike, excursion, trip, perambulation, peregrination; quick step, quick march, double march, double time, slow march, half step, goose step.
5. route, career, course, passage, itinerary; way, track, tack, direction, beat, path.
6. advance, move, forward movement; progression, progress, headway, gain; development, evolution, furtherance, advancement,' preferment, rise.
7. dirge, threnody, monody, toll, knell, dead march, funeral march; wedding march, processional march, recessional march, martial music. mare,
n. broodmare, dam, female or mother horse, filly; horse, equine, mount, steed, SI. hoss, SI. critter, Literary, courser; doe, jenny, jennet, gen. mare's nest, n. 1. delusion, hoax, deception, fraud; sham, mock, fake, imitation, imposture, humbug, Inf. phony.
2. jumble, mess,
Inf. stew, huddle, Scot. Inf. guddle, mix-up, snafu, Inf. foul-up, SI. ball-up, Brit. SI. balls-up; confusion, chaos, disorder, disarray, disorganization, disarrangement, derangement, confusedness, margin, n. 1. border, edge, perimeter, periphery, rim, lip, fringe, skirt; extremity, verge, brink, brim, brow, hem; circumference, circuit, compass, ambit, frame, outline.
2. frontier, frontier line, boundary, boundary line, bounding line, border line, partition line, line of demarcation, line.
3. limit, limits, outer limits, city
or town limits; confine, confines, bound, bounds, bourn, pale.
4. leeway, latitude, free play, freedom, scope, range, room, elbow room, room to move
or operate in, space. marginal, adj. 1. borderline, peripheral, peripheric; unessential, nonessential, unnecessary, dispensable, expendable.
2. minimal, minimum, least possible; barely adequate, passable, tolerable, indifferent, so-so. marine,
adj. 1. sea, aquatic, saltwater, oceanic, pelagic, thalassic.

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