gold-digger


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gold-digger

n
1. (Mining & Quarrying) a person who prospects or digs for gold
2. informal a woman who uses her sexual attractions to accumulate gifts and wealth or advance her social position
ˈgold-ˌdigging n
References in classic literature ?
What was the past of this Trevor, pugilist, traveler, and gold-digger, and how had he placed himself in the power of this acid-faced seaman?
WIFE HE CALLED A GOLD-DIGGER Khan took a swipe at Faryal in text to girl
A BIRMINGHAM lawyer has warned "aesthetically challenged" wealthy men to beware of a new breed of gold-digger - the ''piranha''.
Convinced that Michael is nothing more than a penniless gold-digger - and she should know - Janine decides to go ahead with the abortion.
However, Mark Warby QC, for Associated Newspapers, said that Dell'Olio was at no point called a gold-digger, and that the article could not reasonably be read as implying that her sole motivation was money.
She protested: "It's easy for the media to describe me as a gold-digger but this is so far removed from who I really am.
Petite blonde Michelle, who is due in court next month, said: ''I'm not a gold-digger.
The former Toon and Sunderland striker, pictured, has reportedly branded his estranged Wag, Heather Swan, a gold-digger, after hearing that the model could be entitled to a huge wedge of his wealth when they divorce.
LONDON: Heather Mills, estranged wife of former Beatle Paul McCartney, says Britain's tabloid media drove her close to suicide and wrongly cast her as a gold-digger.
The 33-year-old claims she is sick of gossips slamming her as a gold-digger and says she is tying the knot for love.
Charles Stapley, who lives in a one-bedroom flat in a council block in south London, said Sir Paul's estranged wife was "a very confused young woman" but no gold-digger.
Charles Stapley, who lives in a one-bedroom flat in a council block in south London, said Sir Paul's estranged wife (right) was "a very confused young woman" but no gold-digger.