Examples of gold rush in a Sentence
the California gold rush of 1849
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The logging industry followed the gold rush into California, decimating the redwoods.
The software could result in a gold rush of fun gee-whiz consumer-y app experiences that go beyond last summer's faddish AR craze with Pokémon Go.
In the midst of a crypto-gold rush that has bred widespread scams, wild overvaluations, and sketchy vaporware, LO3’s blockchain application is one that, at least in theory, makes sense both technically and philosophically.
San Francisco burned to the ground at least four times in the years immediately after the gold rush of the 1800s.
The prospect of a massive Foxconn factory sprawling over 1,200 acres in Mount Pleasant, employing thousands and prompting spillover development by suppliers, has yet to spark a Racine County real estate gold rush.
Goldman’s nautical trophy is a strange but inevitable outcome of Wall Street’s latest gold rush: lending to wealthy clients, the loans backed by everything from Warhols to wine.
In 1863, in the midst of a gold rush that was devastating Nez Perce country in Idaho Territory, leaders of several Idaho bands had signed a treaty that guaranteed them their own lands, which only constituted about 10 percent of Nez Perce territory.
But the latest market gold rush also has produced its share of pyrite.
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GOLD RUSH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gold rush for English Language Learners
: a situation in which many people go quickly to a place where gold has been discovered because they hope to find more gold and become rich
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