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Synonyms for gold rush

a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money)

a large migration of people to a newly discovered gold field

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While we called the current rally a goldrush, Bitcoin and every other digital currency by their very nature have very little in common with physical currencies.
PERFECT CHANCE Trainer Jim Bolger can triumph with Goldrush tonight as the filly aspires to bigger things
This live album was recorded during Young''s six-show stand at Washington DC''s matchbox-sized Cellar Door between November and December 1970 following the August release of After the Goldrush.
The pair, both members of the Giants' official cheerleading team, Goldrush, were selected as two of an elite few to cheer on England in their current World Cup campaign.
It's referring to the Caramel Apple Goldrush, a "fresh baked pie crust packed x with sweet, juicy Fuji apples, vanilla bean ice cream, drizzled with made-in-house Maker's Mark bourbon-caramel sauce and raspberry sauce.
Goldrush is a superb cottage garden plant that will yield endless summer flowers for the garden or for the vase, opening in a pure white and then mellowing to golden hues.
This is a well-researched book covering the goldrush era from the 1850s to the 1880s, outlining what it was like for immigrants to come from England in the sailing ships to the Victorian goldfields, the hardships and dangers they experienced, and the life of the miners on the fields and their families.
Compare the football goldrush, too, with the efforts of our Paralympic athletes who strive for success on a means-tested pittance.
The new form metasequoia Goldrush would be my choice, with soft golden needles all summer, turning russet in autumn.
03 -- The goldrush in the Indian car market has helped many global automobile companies who are facing a dire situation in other markets.
Goldrush Resources Ltd (TSX VENTURE: GOD), a mineral exploration company focused on gold exploration in West Africa, has completed a non-brokered private placement of 40,000,000 common shares.
Amid a goldrush of prog, folk and psych, there was a layer of pop too - especially on the follow-up Tio Bitar, which leaned on 1960s guitar-pop harmonies.
South African big-hitter Kevin Pietersen has recently claimed that England players should be given a chance to earn some good money in the new Twenty20 tournament despite central contracts preventing them from joining the goldrush.
After The Goldrush by Neil Young is an old favourite, possibly my favourite album ever.
Reviewing the first edition of this excellent guide in 1997, Reference & Research Book News wrote: "The author makes a rich landscape richer with his knowledge of botany, history, wildlife biology, and anthropology, and his thumbnail tales of colorful, goldrush era characters like Skookum Jim, Tagish Charlie, and the Mad Trapper of the Yukon.