gilded[ gil-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF gilded
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GILDED
There were other and still other banners, in velvet or in satin, balanced at the end of gilded batons.
These were the little familiar deeds which gilded his name among the people.
The trap was not gilded, and he was very uncomfortable in it.
It is like the gilded poison that undermines the human frame.
But all in vain—she had to go back and sit on her gilded couch.
And on that horizon are the gilded domes and smoking chimneys of the seething city.
A sunbeam, escaping from beneath a cloud, gilded the fine drops of water.
The bars have been gilded, the golden glitter has dazzled the child.
They were building up a new life, obscure, yet gilded with tranquillity.
As far up as the clerestory every wall was frescoed, and every timber of the roof was gilded.