Aureate


Aureate (OR-ee-ut) Adjective: -Of a golden color or brilliance. -Marked by grandiloquent and rhetorical style. From Middle English aureat, from Medieval Latin aureatus - decorated with gold, from Latin aureus meaning, simply, gold. Used in a sentence: “Her hair was every bit as aureate as her diction.” or Aureate diction frequently conceals the tritest sentiments.”

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