Magnate [noun]

Definition of Magnate:

important person, usually in business

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Sentence/Example of Magnate:

Around the same time, Manchester told VOSD that Hughes suggested the real estate magnate pay him a commission for an introduction to Kilroy Realty in hopes the company would buy into Manchester’s Pacific Gateway project.

In the late eighties he returned to his native island, settled at Peel, and became a magnate there.

I had attempted the life of a great magnate; in him capitalism felt itself attacked.

Good Heavens, was that uncouth figure the voluble, buoyant, flashy magnate of the old days?

His smile softened the words which struck upon the ear of the magnate with an unaccustomed sound.

I have come direct from Odessa, where I have had a talk with the Russian wheat magnate.

He had, I believe, been invited here to persuade the magnate in question to present some very modern piece of art to the city.

He was a miner who was soon to be a magnate; he had no desire to be known as a camp scribbler.

He wanted to control features and voice before accosting one of the guardians of the magnate.

Beyond the rocky wall was a hillside of hemlock, which formed part of the estate of a magnate from the West.