Definition of gild:
tint, whitewash, varnish, clubhouse, wax, lodge, overlay, baseball club, illustrate, fellowship, parliamentary procedure, engild, redden, inn, beautify, nightclub, club, hostel, plaster, blacken, monastic order, hostelry, social club, hunting lodge, fade, paint, gloze, dye, tinsel, board over, candy, wash, cabaret, true, company, honey, rescript, ball club, sugar, rules of order, decree, order, purchase order, paper, ice, veneer, order of magnitude, gloss, fiat, companionship, deck, color, parliamentary law, golf club, ordination, bleach, smart set, sugarcoat, nightspot, beau monde, high society, edict, like, orderliness, tile, ordering, sweeten, indian lodge, brighten, begild, night club, embellish, respray, plate, nine, auberge, carpet, guild, bon ton, society, cement.
This tendency to optimism is, we think, more like that magic wand which the great idealist waved over a troubled sea, or like those sudden sunsets after a storm, which not only control the wave, but gild the leaden mass with crimson and unexpected gold, whose brightness may reach some storm- driven sail, giving it the light of hope, bringing the ship to a well- defined and hospitable shore, and regulating, with a new attraction, the lately distracted compass.- "Manners and Social Usages", Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood.
- "Education: How Old The New", James J. Walsh.
- "The Complete Book of Cheese", Robert Carlton Brown.