Definition of 'gold-digger'
Example sentences containing 'gold-digger'
"Greene thinks he can prove it, and he's not simply going to describe you to the jury as a gold digger.WILD JUSTICE (2001)
Oh, and I wouldn't mention the lots of presents thing in front of her or Peter, even in jest, it'll just prove her gold-digger theory.FALLEN WOMEN (2002)
According to the lovely Gloria, I'm a gold-digger who likes having her name linked in the gossip columns with Jett.DEAD BEAT (2002)
It was as if Larry's age turned her into a brainless gold-digger.YELLOW BIRD (2002)
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