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How to use aureate in a sentence

The golden statue veered in the changing breeze, menacing many points on the horizon with its aureate arrow.
SIXES AND SEVENSO. HENRY
Not a single blemish was there upon her beautiful body, made aureate like a tawny, ripe fruit by the golden down of soft hair.
SULAMITH: A ROMANCE OF ANTIQUITYALEXANDRE KUPRIN
Caiques carrying merchants to their homes somewhere along the upper shores were burnished with the aureate hue.
THE SHIP DWELLERSALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
The aureate light, streaming on, beat full upon the howitzer and on the living and unwounded of its men.
THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON
Here and there the falling golden leaves of a pomegranate made an aureate glow on the red-brown earth.
THE FORTUNATE ISLESMARY STUART BOYD
His writing has no literary merit; but its excessively aureate style deserves notice.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 16, SLICE 7VARIOUS
It was after the Restoration that the aureate earth at Kinneff was dug up.
THE SPELL OF SCOTLANDKEITH CLARK
The night died suddenly and the day was upon them, an aureate god, lavish of splendor.
SIR MORTIMERMARY JOHNSTON
One of the more remote has turned a marvellous tone—a seemingly diaphanous aureate color, the very ghost of gold.
TWO YEARS IN THE FRENCH WEST INDIESLAFCADIO HEARN
They were like the galaxies of little aureate and sapphire stars in the clear gray heavens of Norhala's eyes.
THE METAL MONSTERA. MERRITT
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WORDS RELATED TO AUREATE

  • aureate
  • bombastic
  • disproportionate
  • euphuistic
  • flowery
  • fulsome
  • grandiloquent
  • hyped up
  • immoderate
  • inflated
  • magniloquent
  • oratorical
  • overdone
  • pompous
  • pretentious
  • profuse
  • rhetorical
  • sonorous
  • superfluous
  • turgid
  • undue
  • verbose
  • windy
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