Examples of golden in a Sentence
The memoir recounts the golden times in her life.
this may be your golden moment to impress a baseball scout, so don't blow it
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The first commercial harvest of GMO golden delicious apples will be going from Washington state orchards to around 400 Midwestern grocery stores in early November.
The members of Those Were The Days Radio Players — South Chapter will recreate radio's golden era at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Hammond Public Library, 564 State St., Hammond.
When the storm is continually hit by direct sunlight, however, those smoky haze particles within the storm from a photochemical reaction in the atmosphere, returning the north polar hexagon to a soft golden hue that resembles the rest of the planet.
Gone are the golden turrets of Asgard, overthrown by the goddess of death (played by Cate Blanchett), whose ’80s metal band swagger debuted at Comic-Con, setting fans on fire.
Church members believe the angel guided church founder Joseph Smith to the golden tablets on which the Book of Mormon was written.
The golden slabs of Grand Central Bakery brioche are drizzled with cajeta (goat-cheese caramel sauce) instead of maple syrup.
Davita Vance-Cooks, director of the U.S. Government Publishing Office, will present a golden anniversary award to HCC to recognize the Library’s 50-year commitment to providing the public with access to federal government information.
Seforno argues that the confession is not directly linked to the tithe process, but rather with the original sin of the golden calf.
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Origin and Etymology of golden
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsauspicious, bright, encouraging, fair, hopeful, heartening, likely, optimistic, promising, propitious, roseate, rose-colored, rosy, upbeat
Antonymsbleak, dark, depressing, desperate, discouraging, disheartening, dismal, downbeat, dreary, gloomy, hopeless, inauspicious, pessimistic, unencouraging, unlikely, unpromising, unpropitious
Related Wordscheering, comforting, reassuring, soothing; assured, confident, decisive, doubtless, positive, sure, unhesitating; beamish, bullish, eupeptic; favorable, good
Near Antonymscheerless, comfortless; doubtful, dubious, uncertain; bearish, grim, negative, unfavorable; funereal, glum, gray (also grey), miserable, wretched
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