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    1. There are bars on the windows and the same genre of drab reproductions in gilded frames that we saw in John’s room adorns the walls

    2. Gaudy green armchairs with gilded wooden armrests shaped into lions’ paws line the walls

    3. The dinnerware is gilded

    4. and who is gilded with guilt

    5. The woman was quite mature and had a long and gilded robe on

    6. They spoke with the voices of women of purpose, and even the girlish banter which sprinkled their conversations was gilded with the genuineness of heartfelt joy, lacking the trivial frivolity so mechanically tittered by other young women tiresomely and without depth

    7. received this surname: gilded, polishing with

    8. Fair in the midst, with gilded cups around:

    9. high, hollow, and gilded

    10. He imagined the spoiled, gilded residents in panic, screaming and running in desperation for their very lives - in undiluted terror

    1. No paint or dye can give so splendid a colour as gilding

    2. In the manufactures of Birmingham alone, the quantity of gold and silver annually employed in gilding and plating, and thereby disqualified from ever afterwards appearing in the shape of those metals, is said to amount to more than fifty thousand pounds sterling

    3. We may from thence form some notion how great must be the annual consumption in all the different parts of the world, either in manufactures of the same kind with those of Birmingham, or in laces, embroideries, gold and silver stuffs, the gilding of books, furniture, etc

    4. The prohibition of exportation cannot detain a greater quantity of gold and silver in Spain and Portugal, than what they can afford to employ, than what the annual produce of their land and labour will allow them to employ, in coin, plate, gilding, and other ornaments of gold and silver

    5. And judging by the expensive fabrics of their robes and the gilding of the temple building, the clergy of this temple were quite successful at it

    6. paint work or the gilding on the dome seems to have been

    7. Like gilding the lily, confusedly occurred to her

    8. Perhaps Meg felt, without understanding why, that they were not particularly cultivated or intelligent people, and that all their gilding could not quite conceal the ordinary material of which they were made

    9. Great care would be necessary when deciding what parts were to be gilded because - whilst large masses of gilding are apt to look garish and in bad taste - a lot of fine gold lines are ineffective, especially on a flat surface, where they do not always catch the light

    10. It had plate-glass windows, resplendent with gilding, marble-topped tables with snow white covers, vases of flowers, and all the other appurtenances of glittering cut glass and silver

    1. Gild gloriously the bare feet

    2. They were neither the first nor the last to gild the name of thief

    3. discourses, we could so gild and beautify the

    4. was duly contracted by the retired engineer turned inventor, Keith Gild, to write a

    5. The intrepid engineer Keith Gild

    6. Mr Gild was happy with the

    7. Dearer than the whole world would she be to him and gild his days with happiness

    8. Dimmesdale's own sermon, on the Sabbath after his vigil—to barter the transitory pleasures of the world for the heavenly hope, that was to assume brighter substance as life grew dark around her, and which would gild the utter gloom with final glory

    9. A number of biotech stocks had big moves in 2003, including Gilead Sciences (GILD) and Celgene (CELG)

    10. Gilead (NASDAQ: GILD) concentrates on developing medications that help patients who are suffering from life threatening diseases in what they consider areas of unmet medical need

    1. The greater glory gilds the victor's crown

    2. She was fragile as the foliage in autumn; the radiance of heaven shone through her as the sun strikes athwart the withering leaves and gilds them

    3. She was fragile as the foliage in autumn; the radiance of heaven shone through her as the sun strikes athwart the withering leaves and gilds them

    4. The gentleman gilds the pill he would give us; but it is a slow poison that would creep upon us, and bring on a distemper heretofore unknown to us, that sooner or later would carry us to the grave

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    Synonyms for "gild"

    club gild guild lodge order social club society begild engild whitewash sugar-coat embellish electroplate overlay tinsel

    "gild" definitions

    a formal association of people with similar interests

    decorate with, or as if with, gold leaf or liquid gold