ungild

ungild

(ʌnˈɡɪld)
vb (tr)
to remove gilding from
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Courtenay leaves no lily ungilded, with a whack of loose and sentimental writing.
Hopefully I'll have lots of good news to report but, either way, it will be an ungilded account of the pressure us jumps breeders are under.
If a university education was not free, however, it was more widely accessible: not because of naturalized accidents of economic history resulting in lucky "gilded" and unlucky, ungilded generations but because of government policies with a long-sighted generational reach and a focus on investing in human capabilities.
Most are uncoloured and ungilded, in a satin-type glaze with shapes mainly based on earlier silverware.
The republic cannot withstand capitalists who do not respect the humanity of the poor (especially, in this case, Irish Catholic immigrants): "It is all a tangle; a woful tangle, of rich with poor and poor with rich, of gilded sin and sin ungilded," says Cassie (455).
Garidel's journal offers an ungilded picture of wartime Richmond and a glimpse into the unreconstructed Southern mind--a glimpse that is usually missing from comparable wartime journals that were sanitized in anticipation of postwar publication.
How many lives went into the making of it, no one can estimate--any more than one can estimate the suffering, the unrecorded and ungilded heroism, the incredible organizational patience, and the amount of major as well as minor tragedy.
A LIMITED edition 1,500 hardback books are being printed for sale at pounds 25 (gilded) and pounds 20 (ungilded).
33 See Mancinelli, 1:34 and 36 for illustrations of the changeover in the method of gilding the balusters between the seventh and eighth bays; and 48.1 and 56.6, for the ungilded balusters on the thrones of Jeremiah and Jonah.
New offerings will include gold, two-tone and ungilded designs.