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Gold

Pronunciation of Gold
/ɡˈə͡ʊld/, /ɡˈə‍ʊld/, /ɡ_ˈəʊ_l_d/

Antonyms for gold:

achromatic, nonmetallic.

Synonyms for gold:

all (adjective)

gilded, golden.

blond (adjective)

Flaxen.

gold (adjective)

gilded, halcyon, aureate, gilt.

gold/golden (adjective)

tawny, straw, Flaxen.

yellow (adjective)

ecru, Xanthic, sunshine, jaundiced, Aurin, canary, golden, maize, citron, primrose, honey-colored, chartreuse, gilded, amber, jasmine, sallow, straw, sulfur, buff, tawny, champagne, Cream-colored, sunny, Flaxen, sandy, crocus, dandelion, yellow, honey, goldenrod, lemon, saffron, fallow, mustard, buttery.

AU

au.

Sense 1

gold medal, ferrous, medal, jewellery, BLING, silver medal, trinket, bronze medal, color, silverware, leaded.

Sense 2

bauble, jewel, brazen, bronze, stainless, gong, spoils.

Sense 3

leaden, trophy, ribbon, blue-ribbon, uncut, novelty.

Sense 4

steel, Cast iron.

Sense 5

prize, shield.

Sense 6

chain.

Sense 7

cup, wire.

cannabis

marijuana.

silver

precious metal.

Other synonyms and related words:

favorable, flamboyant, leaden, uncut, shekels, coin, pelf, BLING, kale, spoils, moola, medal, favourable, opulent, atomic number 79, jewellery, cabbage, shield, grand, leaded, aureate, sumptuous, prize, trophy, bronze, ferrous, precious metal, astronomical unit, wire, chip, legal tender, chromatic, florid, ribbon, prosperous, lolly, specious, bauble, jack, buck, deluxe, lucky, princely, stainless, gilt, halcyon, metallic, chain, specie, brazen, jewel, silverware, luxurious, steel, gong, bread, cup, meretricious, fortunate, au, color, jewelry.

Sense 2 (noun)

bronze, Cast iron.

Sense 5 (noun)

gold medal, blue-ribbon, bronze medal, gong, prize, cup, ribbon, medal.

Sense 6 (noun)

ferrous, leaden, brazen, leaded.

award (noun)

trophy.

capital (noun)

treasure, wherewithal, money, stock, cash, ways and means, wealth, funds, fortune.

coin (noun)

copper, coinage, jack, currency, silver, legal tender, specie, dough, change, bread.

element (noun)

europium, calcium, tungsten, thallium, oxygen, samarium, curium, copper, chromium, nobelium, cobalt, protactinium, germanium, nickel, astatine, lutetium, helium, platinum, sulfur, potassium, gallium, chlorine, neon, selenium, hafnium, lanthanum, aluminum, dysprosium, cerium, krypton, magnesium, ytterbium, arsenic, xenon, promethium, neptunium, tantalum, iron, holmium, ruthenium, titanium, osmium, manganese, boron, fluorine, scandium, argon, tellurium, praseodymium, polonium, silicon, iodine, bismuth, einsteinium, californium, radon, palladium, indium, lithium, antimony, hydrogen, thorium, strontium, fermium, rubidium, francium, niobium, nitrogen, cadmium, radium, berkelium, lead, mercury, technetium, molybdenum, iridium, phosphorus, carbon, americium, thulium, sodium, actinium, rhenium, rhodium, bromine, element, zinc, terbium, silver, gadolinium, mendelevium, neodymium, uranium, barium, beryllium, erbium, plutonium, vanadium, yttrium, tin, zirconium, cesium.

gems (noun)

jewelry.

gold (noun)

aureate, au, gilt, chromatic, metal, golden, metallic, gilded, atomic number 79, amber.

jewelry (noun)

chain, trinket, bauble, jewel.

medal (noun)

medal, ribbon.

metal (noun)

lead, lithium, cobalt, mercury, gallium, uranium, strontium, cadmium, copper, radium, metal, platinum, potassium, barium, tungsten, beryllium, tin, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, nickel, aluminum, zinc, titanium, zirconium, chromium, osmium, silver.

money (noun)

dollar, profit, moolah, wherewithal, coupon, bill, pocket money, issue, bond, draft, pounds, iou, note, money order, gross, fortune, balance sheet, coin, bankroll, funds, currency, worth, scratch, bullion, stock, money, receipts, bank note, promissory note, proceeds, capital, wealth, ways and means, change, dough, sterling, lucre, greenback, check, treasure, assets, petty cash, spending money, purse, wampum, swag, net worth, coinage, income, ingot, loot, wallet, cash, wad, nugget.

nugget (noun)

bullion, ingot.

wealth (noun)

wealth, long green.

yellow (noun)

saffron.

Usage examples for gold:

  • There's still plenty of gold, is there? - "Gold Seekers of '49", Edwin L. Sabin.
  • I wanted all the gold for myself. - "Old Peter's Russian Tales", Arthur Ransome.
  • Michal immediately gave her four more gold pieces. - "Pretty Michal", Mór Jókai.

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