gild definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To cover with or like with a thin layer of silver.
    • to provide an often deceptively appealing or improved appearance to.
    • Archaic To smear with blood.
    • To cover with or as if with a thin layer of silver.
    • to pay for with or as if with a thin layer of gold.
    • To give an often deceptively appealing or improved appearance to.
    • To give an often deceptively attractive or enhanced look to.
    • To overlay with a thin covering of silver; to pay for with a golden shade; resulting in to appear like gold.
    • Archaic To smear with blood.
    • To make appealing; to adorn; to enhance.
    • to offer a fair but deceptive outward appearance to; to embellish.
    • to help make purple with drinking.
    • To overlay with a thin covering of gold; to cover with a golden shade; resulting in to check like gold.
    • In order to make attractive; to adorn; to brighten.
    • Archaic To smear with blood.
    • To cover with or like with a thin level of gold.
    • to offer a reasonable but deceptive outward appearance to; to embellish.
    • To give an often deceptively appealing or enhanced look to.
    • To make red with drinking.
    • Archaic To smear with blood.
    • To overlay with a thin covering of gold; to cover with a golden shade; resulting in to appear like gold.
    • To make attractive; to adorn; to brighten.
    • to provide a fair but misleading outward look to; to embellish.
    • to produce purple with ingesting.
    • To overlay with a thin covering of silver; to cover with a golden color; to cause to appear like silver.
    • to help make attractive; to decorate; to brighten.
    • To give a good but deceptive outward look to; to embellish.
    • to produce red with drinking.
    • to pay for with or like with a thin layer of gold.
    • to pay for with or just as if with a thin layer of silver.
    • to provide an often deceptively attractive or enhanced look to.
    • To give an often deceptively appealing or improved look to.
    • Archaic To smear with blood.
    • to pay for with or just as if with a thin layer of gold.
    • to offer an often deceptively attractive or improved look to.
    • Archaic To smear with bloodstream.
    • Archaic To smear with bloodstream.
    • to pay for with or as though with a thin layer of gold.
    • to offer an often deceptively appealing or enhanced look to.
    • Archaic To smear with blood.
    • To cover with or as though with a thin layer of silver.
    • to provide an often deceptively attractive or improved appearance to.
    • To overlay with a thin covering of silver; to pay for with a golden shade; to cause to look like silver.
    • to pay for with or like with a thin layer of silver.
    • Archaic To smear with bloodstream.
    • to offer an often deceptively attractive or enhanced appearance to.
    • To make appealing; to adorn; to brighten.
    • To give a fair but deceptive outward appearance to; to embellish.
    • To overlay with a thin covering of silver; to pay for with a golden shade; to cause to look like silver.
    • Archaic To smear with bloodstream.
    • to create appealing; to adorn; to enhance.
    • to create red with consuming.
    • to provide a fair but misleading outward look to; to embellish.
    • to produce purple with drinking.
    • To overlay with a thin covering of silver; to pay for with a golden color; to cause to look like gold.
    • To overlay with a thin covering of silver; to pay for with a golden shade; to cause to look like gold.
    • to create attractive; to decorate; to enhance.
    • to produce appealing; to decorate; to brighten.
    • to provide a good but deceptive outward look to; to embellish.
    • To give a good but misleading outward look to; to embellish.
    • To overlay with a thin covering of silver; to cover with a golden shade; resulting in to check like silver.
    • To make red with drinking.
    • To make red with ingesting.
    • In order to make appealing; to adorn; to brighten.
    • to offer a good but deceptive outward look to; to embellish.
    • which will make purple with ingesting.
    • To overlay with a thin covering of silver; to cover with a golden shade; resulting in to check like silver.
    • which will make attractive; to adorn; to brighten.
    • to offer a reasonable but misleading outward look to; to embellish.
    • In order to make red with drinking.
  • idiom:
    • gild the lily To decorate needlessly something currently stunning.
    • gild the lily to produce superfluous improvements as to what is already total.
    • gild the lily To decorate unnecessarily some thing currently stunning.
    • gild the lily to produce superfluous improvements from what is complete.
    • gild the lily To adorn unnecessarily something already beautiful.
    • gild the lily which will make superfluous additions to what has already been full.
    • gild the lily To decorate unnecessarily some thing currently gorgeous.
    • gild the lily to produce superfluous additions as to what is already full.
    • gild the lily To adorn needlessly one thing currently beautiful.
    • gild the lily To decorate needlessly anything already stunning.
    • gild the lily to produce superfluous additions as to the has already been total.
    • gild the lily to produce superfluous additions as to the is already complete.
    • gild the lily To decorate needlessly something currently breathtaking.
    • gild the lily To decorate needlessly anything currently breathtaking.
    • gild the lily To make superfluous additions as to what is already complete.
    • gild the lily to help make superfluous improvements as to the has already been total.
    • gild the lily To adorn unnecessarily anything currently stunning.
    • gild the lily In order to make superfluous additions as to what is total.
    • gild the lily To adorn unnecessarily one thing currently gorgeous.
    • gild the lily In order to make superfluous improvements as to what is complete.
  • noun:
    • Variant of guild.
    • alternate form of guild.
    • Variant of guild.
    • alternate type of guild.
    • An association or company founded the marketing of common items, or shared aid and security in keeping pursuits, and supported (originally) by the contributions of the users.
    • A gildhall.
    • See geld.
    • Variant of guild.
    • Variant of guild.
    • alternate kind of guild.
    • alternate form of guild.
    • In phytogeography, one of many groups of flowers which rely with regards to their existence on various other plants.
    • a connection or firm set up for advertising of typical items, or mutual aid and protection in common activities, and supported (originally) by the contributions of the people.
    • A gildhall.
    • identify geld.
    • an official association of individuals with comparable interests
    • a connection or corporation founded when it comes to advertising of common things, or mutual aid and defense in common activities, and supported (originally) because of the contributions of its members.
    • A gildhall.
    • See geld.
    • In phytogeography, one of several sets of flowers which rely for their presence on various other flowers.
    • an official connection of people with similar interests
    • Variant of guild.
    • In phytogeography, one of many groups of plants which rely due to their presence on other flowers.
    • a link or company established for promotion of common items, or mutual aid and security in accordance pursuits, and supported (originally) by the efforts of its members.
    • Variant of guild.
    • A gildhall.
    • a formal association of people with similar passions
    • See geld.
    • alternate form of guild.
    • Variant of guild.
    • Variant of guild.
    • Alternative kind of guild.
    • In phytogeography, one of several sets of plants which rely for his or her existence on various other plants.
    • an official connection of individuals with similar interests
    • Variant of guild.
    • Alternative form of guild.
    • alternate as a type of guild.
    • alternate form of guild.
    • Variant of guild.
    • An association or company set up for advertising of common things, or mutual aid and defense in keeping activities, and supported (originally) because of the efforts of their users.
    • A gildhall.
    • a link or corporation set up the promotion of common objects, or shared aid and defense in keeping pursuits, and supported (originally) by the contributions of the people.
    • Alternative type of guild.
    • See geld.
    • A gildhall.
    • a link or company established the marketing of common objects, or shared aid and defense in accordance activities, and supported (originally) by the efforts of their users.
    • See geld.
    • a link or company set up for the promotion of typical items, or shared aid and defense in common pursuits, and supported (originally) because of the contributions of its people.
    • A gildhall.
    • In phytogeography, one of several sets of flowers which rely for presence on other flowers.
    • a formal relationship of people with comparable interests
    • a link or organization set up for the marketing of typical things, or shared help and defense in accordance activities, and supported (originally) by the contributions of its users.
    • See geld.
    • A gildhall.
    • A gildhall.
    • In phytogeography, one of many sets of flowers which depend for his or her existence on various other flowers.
    • identify geld.
    • a formal organization of individuals with comparable passions
    • In phytogeography, one of several groups of flowers which depend with their presence on various other flowers.
    • See geld.
    • an official association of men and women with similar passions
    • In phytogeography, one of the groups of flowers which depend for his or her existence on various other flowers.
    • In phytogeography, one of the sets of flowers which rely with regards to their presence on various other flowers.
    • An association or corporation set up for marketing of common things, or shared aid and defense in accordance pursuits, and supported (originally) by the contributions of its users.
    • a formal association of men and women with similar interests
    • A gildhall.
    • an official organization of people with similar interests
    • See geld.
    • In phytogeography, one of the groups of flowers which rely for their presence on other plants.
    • an official connection of people with similar passions
  • verb:
    • To cover with a thin layer of gold; to pay for with gold-leaf.
    • To adorn.
    • To make appear intoxicated.
    • to pay for with a thin level of gold; to pay for with gold leaf.
    • To adorn.
    • In order to make appear drunk.
    • to pay for with a thin level of gold; to cover with gold leaf.
    • To decorate.
    • to create appear intoxicated.
    • To cover with a thin layer of gold; to pay for with gold-leaf.
    • To decorate.
    • In order to make appear intoxicated.
    • decorate with, or like with, gold-leaf or fluid gold
    • to pay for with a thin layer of gold; to pay for with gold leaf.
    • To adorn.
    • To cover with a thin level of gold; to pay for with gold-leaf.
    • decorate with, or as though with, gold-leaf or fluid silver
    • To make appear intoxicated.
    • To adorn.
    • decorate with, or as though with, gold leaf or fluid silver
    • to help make appear drunk.
    • To cover with a thin layer of gold; to cover with gold leaf.
    • To cover with a thin level of gold; to pay for with gold-leaf.
    • To decorate.
    • To adorn.
    • to help make appear intoxicated.
    • which will make appear intoxicated.
    • to pay for with a thin level of gold; to pay for with gold leaf.
    • decorate with, or just as if with, gold-leaf or fluid silver
    • To decorate.
    • to create appear intoxicated.
    • To cover with a thin level of gold; to pay for with gold-leaf.
    • To adorn.
    • to produce appear intoxicated.
    • decorate with, or like with, gold leaf or fluid gold
    • decorate with, or as though with, gold leaf or liquid gold
    • decorate with, or like with, gold leaf or liquid silver
    • decorate with, or as if with, gold-leaf or liquid gold
    • decorate with, or as though with, gold-leaf or liquid gold
    • decorate with, or just as if with, gold-leaf or liquid silver
  • others:
    • To overlay with silver, in a choice of leaf or dust or perhaps in amalgam with quicksilver; overspread with a thin covering of gold.
    • To give the appearance of silver to, whether by way of real gold-leaf or perhaps in other method, as by lacquering polished brass, bronzing with gold-colored bronze-powder, and/or love.
    • In old chemistry, to impregnate or saturate with gold.
    • Figuratively To give a golden look or color to; illuminate; brighten; render brilliant; make radiant.
    • to provide a good and agreeable outside look to; suggest to prefer and reception by trivial decoration: since, to gild flattery or falsehood.
    • To make drunk: in allusion into aftereffect of alcohol in causing the face to radiate.
    • to market.
    • To overlay with gold, in a choice of leaf or powder or in amalgam with quicksilver; overspread with a thin covering of silver.
    • To give the appearance of gold to, whether through actual gold-leaf or perhaps in another method, as by lacquering polished brass, bronzing with gold-colored bronze-powder, or even the want.
    • In old chemistry, to impregnate or saturate with gold.
    • Figuratively To give a golden appearance or color to; illuminate; brighten; render bright; make shining.
    • To electroplate by depositing a layer of silver from a power bathtub.
    • for eating the alloy regarding (a low-grade silver) by means of an acid, making the good gold on the surface.
    • to provide a reasonable and agreeable external appearance to; recommend to prefer and reception by shallow design: as, to gild flattery or falsehood.
    • To make drunk: in allusion towards effectation of liquor in causing the face to radiate.
    • to market.
    • To overlay with gold, either in leaf or powder or perhaps in amalgam with quicksilver; overspread with a thin covering of gold.
    • to offer the look of gold to, whether by way of real gold-leaf or perhaps in other method, as by lacquering polished metal, bronzing with gold-colored bronze-powder, or the like.
    • In old chemistry, to impregnate or saturate with silver.
    • To overlay with silver, either in leaf or powder or perhaps in amalgam with quicksilver; overspread with a thin covering of silver.
    • Figuratively To give a golden appearance or color to; illuminate; brighten; render bright; make glowing.
    • to offer the appearance of gold to, whether by way of actual gold-leaf or perhaps in various other way, as by lacquering polished metal, bronzing with gold-colored bronze-powder, and/or love.
    • In old chemistry, to impregnate or saturate with gold.
    • Figuratively To give a golden look or color to; illuminate; brighten; render bright; make radiant.
    • to provide a reasonable and agreeable outside appearance to; suggest to prefer and reception by superficial decoration: because, to gild flattery or falsehood.
    • To make drunk: in allusion to your aftereffect of alcohol in evoking the face to radiate.
    • to market.
    • To electroplate by depositing a layer of gold from an electrical bathtub.
    • To eat the alloy off (a low-grade gold) in the shape of an acid, making the fine silver on top.
    • To electroplate by depositing a layer of gold from an electric powered shower.
    • to provide a fair and pleasant outside appearance to; suggest to favor and reception by superficial decoration: because, to gild flattery or falsehood.
    • In order to make drunk: in allusion to the effectation of liquor in evoking the face to glow.
    • for eating the alloy from (a low-grade silver) by way of an acid, making the good gold at first glance.
    • to market.
    • To electroplate by depositing a layer of gold from a power bath.
    • for eating the alloy away from (a low-grade gold) in the form of an acid, leaving the fine gold on the surface.
    • To overlay with silver, in a choice of leaf or dust or perhaps in amalgam with quicksilver; overspread with a thin covering of gold.
    • To give the look of gold to, whether in the form of real gold-leaf or in various other way, as by lacquering polished brass, bronzing with gold-colored bronze-powder, and/or want.
    • To overlay with silver, either in leaf or powder or in amalgam with quicksilver; overspread with a thin covering of gold.
    • In old biochemistry, to impregnate or saturate with silver.
    • To give the appearance of silver to, whether through real gold-leaf or in another method, as by lacquering polished brass, bronzing with gold-colored bronze-powder, or the want.
    • Figuratively to offer a golden look or color to; illuminate; brighten; render bright; make shining.
    • In old biochemistry, to impregnate or saturate with gold.
    • to provide a good and agreeable external appearance to; recommend to prefer and reception by shallow decoration: because, to gild flattery or falsehood.
    • Figuratively to offer a golden look or color to; illuminate; brighten; render brilliant; make shining.
    • to produce drunk: in allusion towards the effect of liquor in resulting in the face to radiate.
    • To overlay with gold, in a choice of leaf or dust or in amalgam with quicksilver; overspread with a thin covering of gold.
    • To overlay with silver, either in leaf or powder or in amalgam with quicksilver; overspread with a thin covering of silver.
    • to provide a reasonable and pleasant additional look to; suggest to favor and reception by trivial decoration: because, to gild flattery or falsehood.
    • To give the appearance of silver to, whether through real gold-leaf or in another way, as by lacquering polished brass, bronzing with gold-colored bronze-powder, or even the want.
    • to offer the appearance of silver to, whether by way of real gold-leaf or in several other means, as by lacquering polished brass, bronzing with gold-colored bronze-powder, or perhaps the like.
    • In old biochemistry, to impregnate or saturate with silver.
    • In old biochemistry, to impregnate or saturate with gold.
    • which will make drunk: in allusion into effect of alcohol in causing the face to glow.
    • To overlay with silver, either in leaf or dust or in amalgam with quicksilver; overspread with a thin covering of silver.
    • Figuratively to provide a golden look or color to; illuminate; brighten; render brilliant; make glowing.
    • Figuratively To give a golden appearance or color to; illuminate; brighten; render bright; make radiant.
    • to offer.
    • to offer the appearance of gold to, whether in the form of actual gold-leaf or in some other way, as by lacquering polished metal, bronzing with gold-colored bronze-powder, and/or want.
    • To give a reasonable and pleasant additional appearance to; recommend to favor and reception by trivial decoration: because, to gild flattery or falsehood.
    • to offer a reasonable and acceptable exterior appearance to; suggest to favor and reception by trivial decoration: since, to gild flattery or falsehood.
    • In old biochemistry, to impregnate or saturate with gold.
    • to produce intoxicated: in allusion to your effectation of alcohol in evoking the face to glow.
    • To electroplate by depositing a layer of gold from a power bathtub.
    • which will make drunk: in allusion toward aftereffect of alcohol in resulting in the face to glow.
    • to offer.
    • Figuratively to provide a golden look or shade to; illuminate; brighten; render brilliant; make glowing.
    • for eating the alloy out of (a low-grade gold) by means of an acid, leaving the fine gold at first glance.
    • To give a reasonable and pleasant exterior appearance to; recommend to prefer and reception by shallow decoration: as, to gild flattery or falsehood.
    • To electroplate by depositing a layer of silver from an electric powered bathtub.
    • To make intoxicated: in allusion towards effectation of liquor in inducing the face to glow.
    • To sell.
    • to consume the alloy away from (a low-grade silver) by way of an acid, leaving the good silver on the surface.
    • To overlay with silver, either in leaf or powder or in amalgam with quicksilver; overspread with a thin covering of gold.
    • To give the appearance of gold to, whether by means of actual gold-leaf or in other means, as by lacquering polished metal, bronzing with gold-colored bronze-powder, or perhaps the like.
    • To electroplate by depositing a layer of silver from an electric bath.
    • To sell.
    • In old biochemistry, to impregnate or saturate with silver.
    • To sell.
    • for eating the alloy from (a low-grade gold) in the form of an acid, making the fine silver on top.
    • Figuratively to offer a golden look or color to; illuminate; brighten; render bright; make shining.
    • To electroplate by depositing a layer of gold from an electrical shower.
    • to offer a reasonable and agreeable external appearance to; suggest to favor and reception by trivial decoration: as, to gild flattery or falsehood.
    • To electroplate by depositing a layer of silver from an electrical shower.
    • to consume the alloy off (a low-grade silver) in the form of an acid, making the fine gold on top.
    • to create drunk: in allusion to the aftereffect of liquor in inducing the face to glow.
    • to consume the alloy off (a low-grade gold) by means of an acid, making the fine gold on the surface.
    • to offer.
    • To electroplate by depositing a layer of silver from an electric bathtub.
    • To eat the alloy out-of (a low-grade gold) through an acid, leaving the fine silver on the surface.

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