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- n. Archaic spelling of millionaire.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Millionaire.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See millionaire.
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The housekeeper of a certain millionnaire, calling upon her to ask the character of a servant, took occasion to enlarge upon the splendors of her employer's establishment.
Be that as it may, the thing reached its apogee in the murder of old Steinway, the so-called millionnaire miser of Murray Hill, he being called a millionnaire because he had money, and
And then there's always the chance of my striking it and coming out a millionnaire.
Emily Travis was dainty and delicate and rare, and whether in London or Klondike she gowned herself as befitted the daughter of a millionnaire mining engineer.
I might have been there yet, and become a millionnaire, if it hadn't been for
Father's a railroad president and many times millionnaire, but the son's starving in 'Frisco, editing an anarchist sheet for twenty-five a month.
An 'me walkin' along through it all a millionnaire.
Professor Sharon Lamb, from the University of Massachusetts in Boston, accuses the new generation of superheroes, exemplified by Robert Downey Junior's playboy millionnaire Iron Man, of being bad role models for young boys.
She is a chameleon – she takes on the accents, hobbies, and interests of those around her to make her look less like a multi-millionnaire and more like everyone else.
Compare her efforts against the millionnaire plaintiffs 'attorney.