- adj. having the color of gold
“In 2008, South got Kelly featured in Men's Vogue, wearing what the magazine described as a bespoke Martin Greenfield suit, French cuffs fastened with weighty gold links and a gold-colored Charvet tie.”
“Resplendent in gold-colored robes, Benedict led the ceremony from an altar set up on the steps of the basilica, under a red canopy to shield him from rain or sun.”
“And I just wanted to know if your guest has any experience with - again, these aren't the gold-colored CD-Rs you buy at your local retail stores.”
“When Royal Caribbean ships visit the cruise line's private beach in Labadie, Haiti, suite passengers flash special gold-colored cards to gain access to a separate stretch of sand with cabanas.”
“Her tools are gold-colored metal or spray-painted to look that way.”
“And pieces finished in gold-colored titanium nitride might actually work as a stand-in for gold.”
“The unique table design consisted of tall glass vases filled with curly willow branches frosted with gold glitter and accented with white orchid heads and gold-colored grasses; at the base of each glass vase was an abundance of gold and white candles and flowers.”
“Among the letters and catalogues was a gold-colored, bubble-wrapped envelope.”
“Then Mr. King will do what he traditionally does after concerts—toss handfuls of gold-colored trinkets out into the audience.”
“And now, everybody, give it up for our news girl, the bold, beautiful, blonde ... er, gold-colored ...”
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