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Miss Maliphant's charms are golden—are not Joyce's more golden still?

Only a few stars were out, they were larger and more golden than usual.

Thereafter, my days and nights were more golden than ever with dreams.

There is no golden age of art; only artists who have produced what is more golden than gold.

Then Venice is rosier than ever in the morning and more golden than ever as the day descends.

And his whiskers were even longer and thicker and more golden than Taffy's own.

Very like the preceding, but more golden color on the back and wings.

More golden opportunities than those he has had, no man ever had.

There are no more golden or black-bellied plover in these parts.

One thing I know, that, when the hen is starved to death, there will be no more golden eggs.