A surprising piece of code found in some program. While usually not wrong, it tends to vary from crufty to bletcherous, and has lain undiscovered only because it was functionally correct, however horrible it is. Used sarcastically, because what is found is anything *but* treasure. Buried treasure almost always needs to be dug up and removed. "I just found that the scheduler sorts its queue using bubble sort! Buried treasure!"
Fans and novices soon became swept up in the movement, tracing each work like buried treasure.
There were rumors that Schmidt was motivated by buried treasure or another secret of the mountain, but they were never proven.
Tempted by the promise of quick fortune, the idle sons dug everywhere in the vineyard to find the buried treasure.
You mean that, otherwise, there would be no buried treasure!
They thought of dragons, of buried treasure, of brave heroes, of secret caves.
Woe be to any one who would have attempted to disturb the buried treasure.
You can think we're after buried treasure if you want to--I'm not going to take the trouble to contradict you.
Peculiar superstition attaches to the vicinity of buried treasure.
Yes; that man told him all about the buried treasure, in return for some acts of kindness shown him by Daggett.
It is said in the village too that somewhere in the tower is "the buried treasure."