Definition of gold–dig
: to extract money or gifts from by coaxing or flattery why did you coax him, tease him, gold-dig him — Sinclair Lewis
: to extract money or gifts from men by coaxing or flattery she went with him wherever he wanted to go, and she never tried to maneuver him or gold-dig — Ann Chidester
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Origin and Etymology of gold–dig
back-formation from gold digger
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