Definition of John pierpont morgan

1. Noun. United States financier and philanthropist (1837-1913).

Exact synonyms: J. P. Morgan, Morgan
Generic synonyms: Financier, Moneyman



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Lexicographical Neighbors of John Pierpont Morgan

John Mill
John Millington Synge
John Milton
John Milton Cage Jr.
John Mitchell
John Moses Browning
John Muir
John Napier
John Orley Allen Tate
John Osborne
John Paul I
John Paul II
John Paul Jones
John Philip Marquand
John Philip Sousa
John Pierpont Morgan
John Q. Public
John Quincy Adams
John R. Major
John Reed
John Robinson Jeffers
John Rock
John Roebling
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien
John Ross
John Rowlands
John Roy Major
John Rupert Firth
John Ruskin
John Scopes

Literary usage of John pierpont morgan

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1. Miscellaneous Addresses by Elihu Root (1917)
"john pierpont morgan ADDRESS AT THE MEMORIAL MEETING OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. APRIL 3, 1913 MR. MORGAN'S life is still so near ..."

2. The New Larned History for Ready Reference, Reading and Research: The Actual by Josephus Nelson Larned, Augustus Hunt Shearer (1922)
"It was in 1857, the year of a great financial panic in the United States, that john pierpont morgan, a tall, taciturn young man oí twenty, stepped on the ..."

3. The Historical Register ... Illustrated with Portrait Plates by Edwin Charles Hill (1921)
"john pierpont morgan OHN PIERPONT MORGAN was born in Hartford, Connecticut, April 17th, 1837; son of Junius Spencer and ..."

4. Genealogical and Personal History of the Upper Monongahela Valley, West by James Morton Callahan (1912)
"John Pierpont, the New England poet; Judge Edwards Pierpont, the statesman, and john pierpont morgan the financier, are of the same family. ..."

5. Prominent and Progressive Americans: An Encyclopædia of Contemporaneous by Mitchell Charles Harrison (1902)
"john pierpont morgan inherited from both his parents the mental and spiritual characteristics which distinguished them, and at an early age inclined toward ..."

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