Synonym: society, union. Similar words: build, guile, guilt, builder, build up, rebuild, guilty, building. Meaning: [gɪld] n. a formal association of people with similar interests.
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1. I belong to a guild of wine butlers.
2. The pickup features an exclusive transducer that Guild claim offers advanced sensitivity and dynamic range as well as low noise levels.
3. St. Martin's church and its medieval guild were responsible at some stage for providing the bull.
4. A member of the Guild is always present to answer any questions you might have about the items on display.
5. I also still have the old Guild car stickers in my car.
6. Nevertheless, the Guild succeeded in imbuing its members with a firm sense of self-worth and purpose.
7. Margaret Bondfield joined the guild in 1911 and with Llewellyn Davies assumed a critical role in reform of health and maternity policy.
8. Shulman, though not a guild member, has never participated in health networks.
9. Much of this bore the unmistakable stamp of guild thought and policy.
10. The Guild receives financial aid from the Council, and relies heavily on the enthusiasm and dedication of its members.
11. Many Cheyenne women belonged to a housewives' guild, which taught domestic arts and decoration.
12. The Guild consists of around 140 writers and winning projects have to be environmentally sound as well as contributing something to the local economy.
13. The National Council of the Guild decided by three votes to two to call a special conference to rescind the affiliation decision.
14. The guild, untrammelled by the weight of conservatism, was in the vanguard of cooperative thought and action.
15. Of course some of Our Guild Members are dare I say it just that wee bit narrow minded.
16. A fishy story Luncheon with a definitely fishy flavour was served by Rochdale Ladies' guild recently.
17. This is no mean achievement as it means achieving Guild membership consistently for five successive years.
18. Perhaps inevitably, with such wealth and diversity an oligarchy of local tradesman emerged, organised into a merchant guild.
19. But also the whole agenda of maternity and child welfare and its subsequent implementation was promoted by the guild.
20. This person needs something more like a medieval crafts guild than the labor union of 1860-1980.
21. In 1884 he became a founder member of the Art Workers' Guild.
22. Some of its most significant early relations were with the guild merchant, which sought to regulate the conditions of urban trade.
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23. The site has sponsored two buses, painted in company colours, which promote Preston Guild.
24. Sadly, the underlying amateurishness of the organization could not stand the strain and the Guild disintegrated in 1888.
25. Another body concerned with qualifications in church music is the Guild of Church Musicians.
26. We don't really comprehend how rigorous the training in the guild system was.
27. This was too much for 15 ladies in the Chula Vista Art Guild, who stood up to be counted.
28. By the mid-thirteenth century they were still the leading guild, although the drapers were now also important.
29. Be that as it may, the precise chain is not known; somehow the guild was informed and the train of events set in motion.
30. She is an active member of her local League of Friends and Trefoil Guild.