an artificial mixture of chalk and clay for making into bricks.
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How to use malm in a sentence
Furthermore, this is the seventh time that you have refused to go to malm, where you have not gone since you have been here.Plays: Comrades; Facing Death; Pariah; Easter | August Strindberg
At nightfall, when they felt tired and exhausted, they wanted to go down to the steamer to sleep, but it had gone to malm.The Growth of a Soul | August Strindberg
He appears to have been in residence at malm in 1533, perhaps as chaplain to the Scots community there.
malm is a town on the Swedish side of the Sound, an hour and a half by steamboat from Copenhagen.Ten Years Near the German Frontier | Maurice Francis Egan
The King leaves for malm to-day, and the day after to-morrow, perchance, Stockholm may be in open revolt.Master Olof | August Strindberg
British Dictionary definitions for malm
a soft greyish limestone that crumbles easily
a chalky soil formed from this limestone
an artificial mixture of clay and chalk used to make bricks
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