a person who seeks or digs for gold in a gold field.
Informal. a woman who associates with or marries a man chiefly for material gain.
a person who prospects or digs for gold
(informal) a woman who uses her sexual attractions to accumulate gifts and wealth or advance her social position
also gold-digger, “woman who pursues men for their money,” first recorded 1915. Literal sense attested from 1830.
A woman who uses her charms and favors to get money, presents, etc, from wealthy men: Lorelei Lee, the crazy-like-a-fox gold-digger (1920+)
noun 1. the work of digging for gold. 2. gold diggings, a region where digging or seeking for gold, especially by placer mining, is carried on.
- Gold disc
noun 1. gold in fine particles. noun 1. gold in the form of small particles or powder, as found in placer-mining 2. a valuable or rare thing: tickets for this match are gold dust
- Gold dust twins
noun phrase Any two persons thought of as a pair or who share a common interest: Eddie Einhorn and Jerry Reinsdorf, the gold-dust twins of the Chicago White Sox and Bulls/ They called me and my buddy the gold dust twins [1940s+; fr the picture of a grinning pair on the label of a household […]