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gold-filled Syllabification: gold-filled

Entry from US English dictionary

Definition of gold-filled in English:

adjective

(Especially of jewelry) consisting of a base metal covered in a thin layer of gold.
Example sentences
  • 14-karat gold-filled earrings and necklace spice up any outfit.
  • The hunting case pocket watch by Elgin is a 14 karat, gold-filled, lever set, inscribed on the front: ‘April / 7th / 1895.’
  • The blade features 24k gold-filled engravings of Hoyt.

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