Definition of Millionaires

1. Noun. (plural of millionaire) ¹



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Definition of Millionaires

1. millionaire [n] - See also: millionaire

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Millionaires

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milling
milling-in
milling around
milling machine
milling machines
millings
milliohm
milliohms
million
million floating point operations per second
million instructions per second
millionaire
millionaire shortbread
millionairedom
millionaires (current term)
millionairess
millionairesses
millionary
millioned
millionerd
millionerds
millionfold
millionnaire
millions
millionth
millionths
milliosmol
milliosmole
milliosmols

Literary usage of Millionaires

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1. The Laborer and the Capitalist by Freeman Otis Willey (1896)
"millionaires. While the question of millionaires has already been discussed in this work, yet I have discovered certain other facts which impel me to take ..."

2. The Laborer and the Capitalist by Freeman Otis Willey (1896)
"Yet I now believe that I then conceded too much, and that there are not four thousand millionaires in the United States whose aggregate wealth amounts to ..."

3. History of the United States from the Compromise of 1850 by James Ford Rhodes (1919)
"... has gone down into history as the "millionaires' dinner at Delmonico's." Blaine was escorted to his place by Cyrus W. Field and William M. Evarts; ..."

4. Vest Pocket Essays by George Fitch (1916)
"Very few millionaires do this, however. Some of them live TO years on $100000 ... Moreover, some millionaires work themselves to death in three years while ..."

5. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1907)
"OUR VAMPIRE millionaires. BY HENRY FRANK HARD on the dramatic tragedy enacted on a metropolitan roof- garden, in which one rich man was whiffed into ..."

6. Roughing It by Mark Twain (2001)
"In the course of an hour or two the drill would reach INCIPIENT millionaires. a depth of two or three feet, making a hole a couple of inches in diameter. ..."

7. The Wall Street Point of View by Henry Clews (1900)
"The young man of to-day as compared with his grandfather at the same age. — How millionaires of old were made, and how young men now want to become ..."

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