from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One whose financial assets are worth several million dollars.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a person worth many millions of dollars, pounds or some other currency
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who possesses property worth several million dollars (or pounds, or francs, etc.).
Alex writes about the Jew of Katanga; Moïse Katumbi Katebe Chapwe, a multimillionaire, is the powerful governor of the Province of Katanga, one of the mineral-rich Wild West zones of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Wow, an old multimillionaire is backing a conservative Republican!
(Gilmore, a multimillionaire, is currently suing to invalidate the requirement that passengers show government-issued identification in order to travel domestically.)
"One of my first jobs, one of my very first jobs was to clerk at a grocery store," recalls the multimillionaire former wrestling executive, now a Republican U.S.
I understand that Darren Mack had been described as a multimillionaire business who had a successful jewelry and pawn shop, but apparently six months before the couple separated, in 2004, he reported his net worth at $9.4 million and nevertheless was in the process later of filing for bankruptcy.
In fact, though the 78-year-old Riordan is best known as the multimillionaire former mayor of Los Angeles, he also owns two of the busiest restaurants in Southern California,
I was turned off by Palin's attempts to appear a folksy underdog and label her multimillionaire self a member of the middle class.
Fantastic piece of writing, with just one minor error which only a really sad Bruce pedant would point out - the 'multimillionaire' phase came not after 'Born To Run', but somewhere around the end of 'the River' tour in 1981 - they were still broke on the 'Darkness' tour in
This is something more than the faith-based pledge of allegiance suggested by mega-churches and multimillionaire television evangelists.
She faced a multimillionaire candidate and a wave of attack ads funded by out-of-state business and conservative groups.
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