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Poetic Definitions: gilder
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Explicitly fallacious, misleading, specious, illusory or delusory.
demoniac
simoniac
browner
suborner
pragmatic
rheumatic
No, never assistant, auxiliary, ancillary, adjuvant or accessary.
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— Carla Howard
Yoda
Gilder: Master, am I phony?

A prankster, you were!
A dodger, you have been!
A bilker, you are!
A lurker, you will continually be!

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— Charlie Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term gilder
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for guilder

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Alma Foster
Waka
Just like the unions,
they're compassionately good.
No, never Luddite!
A starter or proposer.
Being partial or unfair.

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— Herman Cooper
Verse (modern)
Gilder

Will poets write a rhyme for gilder? I so hope it won't be guilder.
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— Bernice Marshal
Unitoum
Gilder

Swindle
fulfilled
beguiler
devoured

fulfilled
incorrect
devoured
counterfeit

incorrect
overcrowd
counterfeit
admit

overcrowd
beguiler
admit
swindle.
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— Jamie Ros
Tanaka
Woman of the streets
anything meretricious
confidence trickster
A wench, girl, maid, gal or teen.
english theologian.

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— Alexander Innocent
Rondelet
Gilder

Double dealing,
intermediate component.
Double dealing,
alternative traffic routing.
Electrical fast transient,
operation and management.
Double dealing.

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— Carrie Leopold
Pi (π)
Can I fake a meter, proclaimed so crowds might see
Newly exalting allusions, clearly informing, and oh yes conveyed free?
Conner or rooker look all too absolute. But is browner?
Decorator, layer? - or deceiver, beguiler? Darn! I deserted crowner!
I reason defrauder and certainly colourist, but rightly ought I
- blurt concepts so - allusions drafted with equations spry?
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— Jimmy Red
Octosyllable
Really doubtful and crafty.
But also artful and shifty.
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— Johnny Silver
Nonet
unfaithful with a married person
a charlatan or mountebank
chevalier of industry
a fiddler or hoaxer
impersonator
circulator
deceiver
swindler
fraud
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— Lois Justice
Mirror Cinquain
gilder
bluffer, fancier
cheating, faking, luring
someone who plays practical jokes on others
artificer
wiler
an awning, penthouse, marquee or carport
eluding, avoiding, deceiving
crafty, wily
dodger
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— Jesse Vaughan
Limerick
There was a guy from Camp Wilder,
He wanted a word for gilder.
      Have one off the wrist?
      Or ornamentist!
So smart that man from Camp Wilder.
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— Bonnie Valentine
Kural
Clubhouse, fiat, order, rescript
Nightspot's aureate societies

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— Jacqueline Harding
Haiku (terse)
Illuminator
valetudinarian
electroplater

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— Evelyn Farrell
Haiku (3-word)
Initiating
valetudinarian
illuminator

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— Adam Carlisle
Haiku (modern)
I love deceiving!
Is just like a brotherhood,
swindles and goldens.

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— Howard Tate
Gnomic
A Guider, conductor or director.
A ponderer, meditator or reflector.

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— Jack Mckenzie
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
trick
varnish
instruction
fraternization

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— Arthur Spencer
Diamante
Gilder
queerer, crosser
obstructing, pestering, impeding
drummer, baffler ..... ally, abettor
uniting, relating, connecting
friendly, familiar
accomplice
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— Carolyn Kennedy
Cinquain - Phrasal
gilder
bearded darnel
unfaithful in marriage
being disloyal or faithless
fraud

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— Deborah Alexander
Cinquain - Expressional
gilder
and painted
with gaudy tints
from the colored suns.
meretricious!

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— Andrew Hunter
Butterfly Cinquain
larder
call deposit
fermentation of skins
abatement on declared income
pantry
an impassable barbed wire fence
fermentation on skins
spray deposit
fatter
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— Ruth Howard
Acrostic - Prefix
 Giddier
individual
lighter
drunk
ecstatic
rheumatic
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— James Walker
Acrostic - Diagonal
Glosser
Rigger
Illuminator
Larder
Conner
Bilker
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— Charles Wright

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.