golden

[ gohl-duhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF golden

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOLDEN

The edge of the garment was curiously wrought with golden palm leaves.

The whole rested on a golden image of Atlas, bending beneath the weight.

July 25, 1889, Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone celebrated their "Golden Wedding."

I was palsied with doubt, and the golden moments were fleeting, were fleeting.

That is nothing at all in comparison with Rico's wedding in the 'Golden Sun.'

Cannot I carry the golden apples to the king, your cousin, much quicker than you could?

Did you ever hear of the golden apples, that grew in the garden of the Hesperides?

I wonder if we are satisfied to have this golden day together.

Ulf offered the young herdsman a golden ring for his reward.

Nor then indeed; for this is the fulfilment of what was then but a golden promise.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GOLDEN

yellowish

adjectivehaving a yellow color
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