gild[ gild ]SEE DEFINITION OF gild
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GILD
They were so attached to a goat that they wanted to gild its horns.
See how it seems to gild everything as the light rises, Dolly!
If it is desired to gild the inside of a glass vessel, Solution No.
There is gold enough there to gild the walls and ceiling, if it were beaten thin.
He undertook to gild and letter books at his customers' own houses.
It is not necessary to gild the background to produce a fine effect.
It required a little euphemism to gild the real state of affairs.
Gild the three points on the top to make them look as if made of brass.
To paint or gild a ceiling of this kind only attracts attention to its ugliness.
You can gild the nutshell after the glue has hardened or leave it as it is.