- an indurated marl.
Origin of marlstone
Also called marl·ite [mahr-lahyt] /ˈmɑr laɪt/.
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Examples from the Web for marlstone
It is a question of the distance between Marlstone and Southampton.
Dr Stock, of Marlstone, was at once sent for, and will conduct the post-mortem examination.Trent's Last Case
E.C. (Edmund Clerihew) Bentley
There is one thin limestone band in the Marlstone composed entirely of the shells of Ammonites planicostatus.Sea-Weeds, Shells and Fossils
Lower down in the order are the upper has, the marlstone, the lower has, and the new red sandstone.
Dr. Stock, of Marlstone, was at once sent for, and will conduct the post-mortem examination.