Synonyms for fortune hunter

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But she was not going to have it said that she was a fortune hunter.

It proves that you are a fortune hunter of the lowest and most contemptible sort.

The man might be a fortune hunter, he might be most anything!

You were a spoiled, capricious beauty when I met with you, and I, merely a fortune hunter.

The fortune hunter has discovered that he is on a false scent.

My imagination could read the title "fortune hunter" as though it were embroidered on his coat-tails.

In that case, sir, you must not be surprised to find yourself regarded by the young lady's father as a fortune hunter.

She was poor; she had nothing then to tempt a fortune hunter, and thank Heaven I can say I was never that.

She herself had once called Varick a fortune hunter; to think how the tables had now been turned on her.

If you are jealous, I can forgive it a little bit, but it is low down to call a woman a fortune hunter.