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Gilded Chamber (The)

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The House of Lords.

“Mr. Rowland Winn is now Lord St. Oswald, and after years spent in the Lower House he has retired to the calm of the gilded chamber.”—Newspaper paragraph, June 26th, 1885.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Gibraltar (g soft)
Gif Gaff
Gift-horse
Gig (g hard)
Gig-lamps
Gig-manity
Giggle (g hard)
Gil Blas (g soft)
Gilbertines
Gild the Pill (To)
Gilded Chamber (The)
Gilderoy
Gilderoy’s Kite
Gildippe (in Jerusalem Delivered)
Giles
Giles (St.)
Giles Overreach (Sir)
Giles of Antwerp (g soft)
Gill (g soft) or Jill
Gill (Harry)
Gills (g hard)