Over the course of these novels, the style becomes increasingly parsimonious, reaching its apotheosis in The golden Bowl.
Whatever has happened in your day you can watch The golden Girls and forget about it.
The former Virginia governor was once the golden boy of the GOP.
And lucky for us, we are living in what is unquestionably the golden age of baseball.
Statement of President Barack Obama Upon Being Awarded The First Annual golden Obama.
The story of the fall of the golden Horde may be briefly told.
The edge of the garment was curiously wrought with golden palm leaves.
She bears to his lips the golden goblet, filled with the nectar of the gods.
The whole rested on a golden image of Atlas, bending beneath the weight.
That wouldn't prevent them from trying to capture the golden skull, anyway.
c.1300, "made of gold," from gold + -en (2); replacing Middle English gilden, from Old English gyldan. Gold is one of the few Modern English nouns that form adjectives meaning "made of ______" by adding -en (e.g. wooden, leaden, waxen, olden); Old English also had silfren "made of silver," stænen "made of stone."
As a color from late 14c. Figurative sense of "excellent, precious, best" is from late 14c. Golden mean "avoidance of excess" translates Latin aurea mediocritas (Horace). Golden age, period of past perfection, is from 1550s, from a concept found in Greek and Latin writers; in sense of "old age" it is from 1961. The moralistic golden rule earlier was the golden law, so called from 1670s.
Do not do unto others as you would that they should do unto you. Their tastes may not be the same. [George Bernard Shaw, 1898]
Supremely fortunate; excellent: I'm golden