Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It seems difficult for lightning to resist the attraction of gildings.

Some evening at all events, the Gildings dine with the Normans.

If, on the other hand, she is asked by the Gildings, she accepts at once.

There are no idols in that Temple; neither any carvings, nor paintings, nor gildings.

No man with any reverence in him would meddle much with such delicate, lovely old things as many of these gildings!

In order to give interest to such monuments, there is no need of bronzes, marbles, and gildings.

No images were to be seen here, but the walls were richly carved and ornamented with a number of drawings and gildings.

This order, added to the quantity of paintings and gildings which embellish the cases and cornices, produces a very fine effect.

There, too, are to be seen a few trunks ornamented with sculptures and gildings, and containing books belonging to the monastery.

The churches are rich in precious marbles and gildings, but built in a very degenerate style of architecture.