But who ever heard the opprobrious term 'fortune-hunter' given to a woman?
They called her an amorous widow, and Piozzi a fortune-hunter.
I a victim—I the prey of a fortune-hunter, or the slave of a brute!
"A fortune-hunter," he murmured, with a meaning glance at Hall.
But that would be encouraging his son to be a fortune-hunter!
There is nothing in the world more despicable than a fortune-hunter!
You can bear witness that I was not a fortune-hunter, said Philip, laughing.
The mans a scoundrel; hes nothing better than a fortune-hunter.
Too late Mrs. Newton had learned that she had wedded a fortune-hunter.
I tell you he is corrupt to the core of his heart—a spendthrift and a fortune-hunter!