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Gilder   /gˈɪldər/   Listen
Gilder

noun
1.
Someone whose occupation is to apply an overlay of gold or gilt.






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"Gilder" Quotes from Famous Books



... Taylor is dead and buried. He died the day I left (Friday). Rodman likes Harvard very much and says he will do anything he can for you He says if you want to mess in Memorial Hall you ought to put your name down at once. There is a special Harvard student here, a Mr. Hickman, who is tutoring Mr. Gilder's children. I like him very much. He is in the Lawrence Scientific School—about your age and a fine fellow—from Nova Scotia. I have been to the Johnsons at Stockbridge. Owen is in love with Yale and wants ...
— My Boyhood • John Burroughs



Words linked to "Gilder" :   skilled workman, gild, skilled worker, trained worker



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