gold fever

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: fever - greed and the contagious excitement of a gold rush
fever - intense nervous anticipation; "in a fever of resentment"
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Down the dusty high roads defiled long streams of heavily-laden mules, all heading to the west, for the gold fever had broken out in California, and the Overland Route lay through the City of the Elect.
The gorgeous model took the reins with Rebecca Maguire to announce the Gold Fever Hair Best Dressed Lady day at Punchestown Festival on May 1.
You'd have to get very close though to spot that neither of the beauties' lustrous locks are entirely their own - instead boosted by Gold Fever Hair Extensions.
Then Garth and GAA got gold fever and tried to turn a fistful of dollars into a few dollars more.
HEROES Gymnasts Uchimura and Tanaka GRID LOCK Convoy of five open-top buses GOLD FEVER Fans cram the Tokyo streets
The nation has been gripped by gold fever thanks to Team GB's medal haul.
We have been gripped by gold fever thanks to our medal haul.
GB women's hockey star Alex Danson reckons Danny Kerry's squad have caught "gold fever."
He admits to having a touch of gold fever. "But it's the fever of anticipation," he says, "I don't want to get caught up in greed.
The celebs have caught gold fever. Someone call a doctor!
But we'll all be able to do the same when gold fever hits Britain at the end of the month.