She also had hopes of becoming a child psychiatrist and was concerned about appearing to be a “gold-digger.”
In straight relationships with an age gap, words like ‘gold-digger’ and ‘trophy wife’ get thrown around.
You go for your gold-digger lessons, then you go get waxed and tanned.
New York Post columnist Andrea Peyser called her a gold-digger who “flirted like a tart” with Cain.
Some said he was a fortunate speculator in stocks, others that he had had extraordinary luck as a gold-digger.
She makes him a serf, and condemns him to be a gold-digger for life in the mines.
A Californian gold-digger, having become rich, desired a friend to procure for him a library of books.
"I can answer that question for him," returned the gold-digger grimly.
The gold-digger is the enemy of the honest laborer, whatever checks and compensations there may be.
A gold-digger's occupation is favourable to the growth of hair.
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+)