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Use "goldplated" in a sentence
"New ministers should also promise to change UK laws which "goldplated" European rules and prevented medical regulators giving language tests to European doctors, according to a critical report on out-of-hours services by the Commons health select committee."
"Then there's his age – he's 26 – and the fact that he's one of those super-rich people who dresses as though they've been rummaging in the sales bins at Gap, which is, to my mind, an act as ostentatious as being decked out head to foot in Versace, with diamond shoes and goldplated eyebrows."
"Under that was her address, and at the very bottom was a tiny goldplated plaque that read, We love you."