Marge in a sentence

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Definition of Marge

  • Border; margin; edge; verge.
  • a spread made chiefly from vegetable oils and used as a substitute for butter

How to use marge in a sentence. Marge pronunciation.

Elle dessina les lieux, sur la marge d'un journal.
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Soon Beltane beheld a stream that flowed athwart their way and, beyond the stream, a line of willows thick growing upon the marge; and again, beyond these clustering willows the straggling village lay.
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Thus at last they came to the river, that flowed before them vague in the half-light, whose sullen waters gurgled evilly among the willows that drooped upon the marge.
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But now, behold, Tostig's head swayed loosely backwards behind his shoulders, his knees sagged, his great arms loosed their hold: then, or he could fall, Beltane stooped beneath and putting forth all his strength, raised him high above his head, and panting, groaning with the strain, turned and hurled dead Tostig down into the pool whose sullen waters leapt to a mighty splash, and presently subsiding, whispered softly in the reeds; and for a while no man stirred or spoke, only Beltane stood upon the marge and panted.
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Now great fear came upon Beltane, and he would have uttered desperate prayers, but could not; trembling yet, full gently he drew his arm from under that drooping head, and, stealing soft-footed to the river's marge, stood there staring down at the rippling waters, and his heart was rent with conflicting passions-amazement, fear, anger, joy, and a black despair.
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The music of the orchestra came, to them from the ball-room, and the rhythmic beat of dancing feet; the wind lifted her hair gently and brought to them the fragrance of flowering plants and the pungent aroma of mint down in the depths of the ravine hard by, where lurked a chalybeate spring; but for the noisy rout of the dance, and now and again the flimsy chatter of a passing couple on the piazza, promenading like themselves, they might have heard the waters of the fountain rise and bubble and break and sigh as the pulsating impulse beat like heart-throbs, and perchance on its rocky marge an oread a-singing.
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But every page having an ample marge, And every marge enclosing in the midst A square of text that looks a little blot, The text no larger than the limbs of fleas; And every square of text an awful charm, Writ in a language that has long gone by.
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Then with a slow smile turned the lady round And looked upon her people; and as when A stone is flung into some sleeping tarn, The circle widens till it lip the marge, Spread the slow smile through all her company.
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Better to leave Excalibur concealed There in the many-knotted waterflags, That whistled stiff and dry about the marge.
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Les dispositifs d'annotation informatique sont pourtant loin d'égaler ceux, analogiques, de la lecture papier: post-it, pages cornées, notes en marge, photocopies commentées, agrandies, modifiées, partagées...
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C'est la marge, l'ourlet de la toile qui m'intéresse, l'enchantement, la magie : "Achète-moi, je ne vaux rien puisque l'amour n'a pas de prix" (Léo Ferré).
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Le seul problème réside dans les prix prohibitifs pratiqués par les sociétés d'édition, dans les marges commerciales de produits qui n'ont plus rien à voir avec la création artistique ou les droits d'auteurs, mais relèvent de marketing, de parts de marché, de ratios comptables et de marges de profits.
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The mountain crests riven by rock-slides roll thundering downward And wandering rivers, to rivulets shrunk, writhed no longer Familiar marges between.
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The savage shadows, struggling by the shore, Have conquered in the valley; inch by inch The vanquished light fights bravely to these crags To perish glorious in the sunset fire; Even as our hunted Cause so pressed and torn In Syrian valleys, and the trampled marge Of consecrated streams, displays at last Its narrowing glories from these steadfast walls.
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Like featherings hither and yon Of aery tree-twigs over marge, To the comb of the winds, untrimmed, Their measure is found in the vast.
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Je marquerai les à-compte en marge...
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Sometimes deep clefts allowed the southern sun to pour a blaze of light down to the sea marge, and gave glimpses far above of strange and stately trees lining the glens, and of a veil of perpetual mist which shrouded the inner summits; while up and down, between them and the mountain side, white fleecy clouds hung motionless in the burning air, increasing the impression of vastness and of solemn rest, which was already overpowering.
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Les lecteurs peuvent changer à volonté la taille et la police des caractères, ainsi que les marges ou le nombre de lignes par page.
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And Europe's marge is evened By rills from Kansas lone.
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In revelry by some gorge's marge.
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Examples of Marge

Example #1
Et, peu à peu, elle en causait, mesurait les coins, arrangeait les pièces, comme si elle avait dû, dès le lendemain, y caser ses meubles.
Example #2
Cependant, après le dîner, elle revint à la boutique du mercier.
Example #3
Then Beltane, motioning the others to caution, forded the stream and coming in the shade of the osiers, drew on his hood of mail, and so, unsheathing his long sword, peered through the leaves.
Example #4
But Beltane ran in silence, looking neither right nor left, until, above the hum of voices he heard one upraised in passionate supplication, followed by another-a loud voice and jovial-and thereafter, a burst of roaring laughter.
Example #5
But, ever and anon as they stumbled forward, guiding themselves by instinct, the moon sent forth a pale beam from the whirling cloud-wrack -a phantom light that stole upon them, sudden and ghost-like, and, like a ghost, was gone again; what time Black Roger, following hard on Beltane's heel, crossed himself and muttered fragments of forgotten prayers.
Example #6
Twigs whipped them viciously, thorns dragged at them, while the wind went by them, moaning, in the dark.