Empire [noun]

Definition of Empire:

place ruled by sovereign; rule

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Opposite/Antonyms of Empire:

Sentence/Example of Empire:

Additionally, Earl — who built his empire on theme restaurants such as Planet Hollywood— is the founder of Virtual Dining Concepts, which oversees MrBeast Burger and Tyga Bites.

For the first four years of his charmed career, Mahomes won a Super Bowl, became the face of the NFL, started a business empire, transformed Kansas City’s image of itself, urged Americans to vote and launched a presumed dynasty.

Much like the mysterious informant today, simply known as “Q,” Prokopios speaks to his intimate and first-hand knowledge of the secret dealings of empire.

In “Filthy Rich,” Kim Cattrall’s character manages a televangelism empire as a widowed mother of three grown children who navigates — dramatically if not traumatically — the surprise arrival of three other adult children fathered by her late husband.

A16z led both Clubhouse’s Series A and B and is trying to build out its own media empire.

She started her career as a secretary and made her mark by becoming one of the biggest names in the Nigerian fashion industry before diversifying her business empire into oil.

So perhaps it’s no surprise that a16z is building a media empire.

China’s most famous billionaire has suffered months of mounting trouble, with regulators turning the screws on his tech empire.

Shares of the firm, which spans a $205 billion e-commerce empire and is aggressively seeking to further bolster growth by expanding into the red-hot sector of online groceries, ended the year up nearly 370%.

In the story, “On Exactitude in Science,” a man named Suarez Miranda wrote of an ancient empire that, through the use of science, had perfected the art of map-making.