from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of or relating to millions; consisting of millions.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to millions; consisting of millions.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or consisting of millions: as, the millionary chronology of the Pundits.
- Possessing millions (of dollars, or pounds, etc.).
Let me tell these bus companies, that as I see it, that is exactly the point, you wouldn't make this millionary investment in a train for people to continue using buses, not for anything, we aren't idiots.
I find it really interesting that the author of this article writes extensively on the facts that those contracts were given to Fabricio Correa, and gives only one last paragraph to explain that the president canceled those contracts, even though that could mean millionary law suits against the country.
But if a regular person downloads illegally a song, or uses without permission a picture, not paying a convenient fee to Sony or Metallica, a millionary lawsuit would be on the way …
He had a dread that these millionary people, with wasteful private cars, might take undue interest in his companion.
Among these last, the poorest laborer stood on equal ground with the wealthiest millionary, and generally, on a more favored one, whenever their rights seemed to jar.
And all this to feed the avidity of a few millionary merchants, and to keep up one thousand ships of war for the protection of their commercial speculations.
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