Definition of immarble in US English:

immarble

(also enmarble)

verb

  • with object To transform as if into marble; to make hard or rigid; to deaden, numb; to immobilize.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Edmund Spenser (?1552–1599), poet and administrator in Ireland. From im- + marble.

Pronunciation

immarble

/ɪˈmɑːbl/