Sorry, no definitions found.
“Inside the mosque, Ghazi, his face framed by professional gold-rimmed glasses, a bushy salt-and-pepper beard, and a reddish knit cap, explained his views on women.”
“She just plain hated wearing a wedding ring; she was always leaving it where I would find it, like a little gold-rimmed hole to another dimension on the table, a little gold-rimmed hole to another dimension in the medicine cabinet, a little gold-rimmed hole to another dimension at the bottom of a trash bag, a little gold-rimmed hole to another dimension pinned to the wall with a note that said she was leaving.”
“I walk down the block with Gregory, my co-worker, to pick up lunch at a nearby Iraqi restaurant, where we're greeted with hot tea served in small gold-rimmed glasses with saucers.”
“The "Love Me Tender" package is a mere $950, due to a special promotional offer they have going on -- they'll even give you complimentary gold-rimmed Chapel in the Woods champagne flutes!”
“Moisture filled her cloudy brown eyes and she blinked it back behind her gold-rimmed glasses, then tugged at the edges of her short-styled, black-and-gray wig to straighten it.”
“Nathan was little, wore gold-rimmed glasses, and spoke with a thick German accent.”
“I walk into Pac-Sun, a store that sells bathing suits in December and reeks of self-tanner, and steal a pair of gold-rimmed sunglasses, desperate to win Christy back.”
“The four apostles are painted inside gold-rimmed circles against a red-ochre backdrop on the catacomb's ceiling, which is also decorated with geometric designs.”
“Madeline let her gold-rimmed reading glasses rest on the tip of her nose.”
“She could feel the women gazing at her back as she followed Nick to a table set up with a silver coffee urn and a pyramid of gold-rimmed porcelain mugs.”
‘gold-rimmed’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for gold-rimmed.