Thesaurus / gilded
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For this he was gilded all over, and this gilding suited him and his family very well.

What the Moon Saw: and Other TalesHans Christian Andersen

The rain washed his gilded harness as he lay with his blood soaking into the crevices of the rocks.

The Hill of VenusNathan Gallizier

The impression is that of the right foot, and is covered with a maradop, a pyramidal canopy supported by gilded pilasters.

Roman MosaicsHugh Macmillan

While the gilded youth slept the Woman woke and listened, and Morty was left disconsolate.

In the Heart of a FoolWilliam Allen White

Other carriages follow the funeral car, one of which contains sticks of fragrant wood, with gilded ends—the fuel for the burning.

A gilded ball, having a hole pierced through it, is strung on each hand-thread, and to each ball a fine silken thread is attached.

The horizon is of gilded brass and rests on a branched support ornamented with human heads in relief.

His imagination painted a scene just beyond the veil of the immediate future, gilded with glory yet tarnished with blood.

So a French quack adorns his shop with a gilded bust of Hippocrates!

Gilded doors lead into corridors like streets, which end in a peristyle supported by pillars.

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