Stater—A gold coin; estimated at about twelve shillings, three pence.
He's stolen five or six hundred dollars in gold from old Paul Nichols.
Still, the thought of the gold in his pockets afforded some satisfaction.
He had become so wedded to his gold that to lose it was like losing his heart's blood.
"He's gone off with my gold," exclaimed Paul Nichols, recovering from his stupefaction.
We shall be going West like the old '49-ers, seeking adventure and gold.
There was a pen the nibs of which were of ruby, set in gold, made by Doughty.
Suddenly he began betting in gold, ten dollars for each card he drew.
In other words, a great part of his gold has sprung from the blood of black slaves.
Behind the house the greensward slopes to a wheat-field that is like a wall of gold.