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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Bake tofu for about 20-25 minutes, or until golden brown.
The morning after the premiere of his latest film, Scott Cooper sat beneath an array of golden spheres in the lobby restaurant of the Four Seasons Beverly Hills.
Minus the velvet Trump-branded bag that the daily edition of the fake-news newspaper comes delivered in to guests, there are no Vegas-style flourishes—no golden statues of Trump posed like Michelangelo's David or anything.
There's also Painted Lady, which is a rose gold hue with golden flecks.
So, in a parody video of brow trends, Kattan gave a tutorial on how to create the most absurd brow of all: golden arches.
That the golden brown fastnachts appear solely on the first Sunday of each month only adds to their appeal.
Inevitably, though, studio greed raises concerns about strangling golden geese, or at least, draining their power.
There is no magical economic growth golden goose or accounting gimmick that can paper over tough fiscal choices.
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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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