These gauds of the fashionable world have no real attraction for her.
There was lacking no pomp of War, War who must have gauds with which to hide his naked horror.
To which he replied that with the gauds of worldly success he had no concern.
It is not my pleasure to advertise my quality by the gauds on my garb.
She will be much too beautiful to need the gauds of fashion.
And Margaret felt no shadow of regret at thought of the gauds and fripperies of a fashionable wedding which would not be hers.
America is not given to jewelry, gauds or trappings, but those familiar with the business say that she has a seal ring.
Those who communicate with Europeans display beads, rings, bracelets, and other gauds instead.
She was capricious, vain, aware of her beauty, and sighing for the pleasures or the gauds beyond her reach.
I would not live in London for all the gauds in the goldsmith's shops, or all the treasures in King Edward's vaults.