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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of gold.
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Isn't worshipping golded idols the 6 and 1/2th sign of the fixed gear apocolypse?
Unlike the erratic meteors of ambition, whose flaming path sheds a disastrous light on the pages of history, his bright orb, eclipsing the luminaries among which it rolled, never portended "fearful change" to religion, nor from its "golded tresses" shook pestilence on empire.
-- Adjectives of the termination en, seem to be the participles of nouns verbalized; as of golded, brazed, &c., made gold, &c.
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It’s golded silvy, the newest sextones with princess effect.