financier

[ fin-uh n-seer, fahy-nuh n-; British fi-nan-see-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF financier

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FINANCIER

For a time the financier sat in deep thought, then he looked at Linda.

In 1834, Mr. Mygatt became a financier, which may be said to be his profession.

The financier is the people, and prevents Chase from ruining the country.

Financier thinks that any train, met for the second time, is not to be counted.

Harry rose also, but lifted his hand to arrest the financier.

Clarissa did not marry a librarian as her sister did, nor did she marry a financier, as was expected of her.

I have set my heart on his becoming a financier like the other Galushas in our line.

When at last he rose to go the author and the financier were as old friends.

Preparing for emergencies is one of the first things the financier should understand.

The financier sickened, and turned away, trembling violently.

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