Definition of Goldmine

1. Noun. A good source of something that is desired.

Exact synonyms: Gold Mine
Generic synonyms: Source



2. Noun. A mine where gold ore is found.
Exact synonyms: Gold Mine
Generic synonyms: Mine

Definition of Goldmine

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of gold mine) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Lexicographical Neighbors of Goldmine

goldhammers
goldichite
goldie
goldie's wood fern
goldier
goldiest
goldilocks
goldilocks aster
golding
goldings
goldish
goldless
goldlike
goldlip
goldmanite
goldmine (current term)
goldmines
goldmohur
goldmohurs
goldney
goldneys
goldplate
goldplated
goldquarryite
goldrush
goldrushes
golds
goldseed
goldsinnies
goldsinny

Literary usage of Goldmine

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A History of the Rise and Progress of the Baptists in Virginia by Robert Baylor Semple (1894)
"The new church, under the name of goldmine, was accordingly constituted, and in a little time was joined by several of the majority. ..."

2. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1831)
"Great Ben, by Whisker, out of a Sinter to goldmine, beat Captain Wyndham's ... Grace-cup, by Wolfe, out of a Sister to goldmine, beat Mr. Phelips'e yel. b. ..."

3. Proceedings (1893)
"Die goldmine wog daher £ der ursprünglichen babv- ... lung der goldmine und der Silberminen in 50 Schekel, statt der 60 Schekel . wie sie die ursprüngliche ..."

4. Report Upon the Prevalence and Geographic Distribution of Hookworm Disease by Charles Wardell Stiles (1903)
"Haile goldmine, Lancaster County.—Through the kindness of Captain Thiess, the superintendent of the mines, and Dr. Gregory, the local physician, ..."

5. American Morgan Horse Register by Joseph Battell, Morgan Horse Club, Inc., New York (1905)
"goldmine JR. (1-8), black; foaled 1888; bred by PS Severance, Middlebury, Vt.; got by goldmine, son of Aristos : dam bay^ bred by Harrison Sanford, ..."

6. The Yorktown Campaign and the Surrender of Cornwallis, 1781 by Henry Phelps Johnston (1881)
"While at goldmine Creek he wrote as follows to Steuben, May 29th: " Lord Corn wall is has sent people to examine the fords of the James River—he did since ..."

7. Oriental and Western Siberia: A Narrative of Seven Years' Exploration and by Thomas Witlam Atkinson (1858)
"To wait for these robbers would have been folly, so we pushed over the undulating Steppe to the second ridge, from which point we could ride to the goldmine ..."

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