Definition of J. j. hill
1. Noun. United States railroad tycoon (1838-1916).
Lexicographical Neighbors of J. J. Hill
Literary usage of J. j. hill
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sayings and Writings about the Railways: By Those who Have Managed Them and by The Railway age (Chicago), Railway Age (1913)
"... Prophecy—HU Mudge 13 Soundest Business in the World—BS Mead 14 Next After Religion and the Public Schools—JJ Hill 15 Largest Single Service-Simon Sterne ..."
2. Our Foreign-born Citizens: What They Have Done for America by Annie E. S. Beard (1922)
"JJ Hill beats all his competitors when it comes to making the very lowest rates ... Meanwhile JJ Hill was letting no opportunity escape him of studying the ..."