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How to Pronounce marl?

Correct pronunciation for the word "marl" is [mˈɑːl], [mˈɑːl], [m_ˈɑː_l].

What are the misspellings for marl?

"Marl" in context

Marl is a type of sedimentary rock commonly found around the world. It is often used as filler in soil and landscaping materials, as well as a construction material for roads and buildings.

Marl is made up of a mixture of limestone, clay, and silt. It is often referred to as a "marling," which is the sedimentary process of mixing the different components together. The limestone and silt form a base for the marl, while the clay helps to bind the components and create a cohesive texture.

What are similar-sounding words for marl?

Usage over time for marl:

This graph shows how "marl" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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