gold digger

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gold digger

A person who only pursues romantic relationships with wealthy partners for financial gain. Scott's friends warned him that Tracy was a gold digger and was only interested in marrying him for his money.
See also: digger, gold

gold digger

n. a woman who pays attention to a man solely because of his wealth. (Certainly also applicable to men as well.) Sam called Sally a “gold digger,” and she was devastated.
See also: digger, gold
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The 53-year-old said: "There was a lot of stuff said about her: that she trapped me and she's a gold digger.
I can't believe he could consider remarrying so soon after mum's death - and especially to a woman who is clearly a gold digger.
REBECCA Arnold will happily admit to being a gold digger.
And is she really cut out for the life of a gold digger after all?
YOU'RE not a gold digger but you are behind the times.
But even as the White House struggles to discredit Jones, all the other scandals swirling around this Administration make Clinton himself look more like a gold digger and a prostitute every day.
AWESOME, instant and hardcore, this version is XXX-rated compared to the sanitised single-to-be, but the line "Now I ain't sayin' she's a gold digger, but she ain't messing with no broke niggas" with Jamie Foxx's contribution and with some first-rate rapping make this album track a real classic
Mr Marshall's family are contesting the claim, saying Smith is a gold digger whose spending habits were too much even for an oil tycoon.
I was called a gold digger who stole a man away from his wife,'' she said.
Which is why it's unfair that his wife was slated as a gold digger in the Court of Appeal this week and had her pounds 1million divorce settlement slashed to just pounds 175,0000.