Antonyms for golds

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Peacock feather devices—blues and golds—extremely new and original.

The surface color of the peacock is a marvelous blending of purples, greens, golds, and bronzes of various hues.

Here and there an oak stood, fully green, among the tawny reds and golds of a flaming woodland.

The golds and purples of autumn mingled with the predominating green of Slingerland's valley.

The blacks and whites and reds and golds were all there, unchanged, not a breath of the ambiguous discipline upon them.

The silver hair banded on the temples glistened picturesquely against the reds and greens and golds of her crown.

The flat country lay soaking in a haze of sunshine, and the hills to the north showed lovely soft purples and golds and blues.

I've seen cinnamon black bears an' I've seen cinnamon grizzlies, an' I've seen browns an' golds an' almost-yellows of both kinds.