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[mass noun] Gold in the form of a thin coating applied to a baser metal by rolling:‘swinging strands of rolled gold’[as modifier] ‘rolled-gold plate’
- ‘Finally, out of its leather pouch came his monocle - a plain lens in a rolled gold double rim.’
- ‘A chain of rolled gold was attached to keep me secure and a further chain with a jewelled weight was an optional extra.’
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