- gold-digger (n.)
- 1816, "one who seeks gold in the ground or a stream bed," from gold (n.) + digger. As "woman who pursues men for their money," first recorded 1915.
- 1. They stumble across a ghost town inhabited by a rascally gold prospector.
- 2. He entered for many competitions, winning several gold medals.
- 3. This little ball of gold weighs a quarter of an ounce.
- 4. The boys were as good as gold on our walk.
- 5. It was an unbelievable moment when Chris won the gold medal.
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