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aureate

Saltos de línea: aure|ate
Pronunciación: /ˈɔːrɪət
 
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Definición de aureate en inglés:

adjetivo

1Made of or having the colour of gold: the aureate dollar
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A young groom, eagerly attired, stands before a doorway, which in turn looks out onto a landscape of sun-scarred desert, aureate sands stretching to a blinding, azure sky.
  • A gentler, less aureate Archangel, though still cloud-borne, points at the Holy Ghost descending as a dove.
  • An enormous crystal chandelier hung in the center of the foyer, and paintings that looked as if they had been painted by Renaissance masters hung in aureate frames on the walls.
1.1(Of language) highly ornamented or elaborate: the aureate diction frequently conceals the tritest sentiments
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The poetic line in ‘The Harvest Bow’ was longer, more aureate in its fashioning, more iambic than in his previous two collections.

Origen

late Middle English: from late Latin aureatus, from Latin aureus 'golden', from aurum 'gold'.

Words that rhyme with aureate

excoriate

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