magnate[ mag-neyt, -nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF magnate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAGNATE
Then, as a new thought came to the magnate, he spoke with a trace of anxiety.
Then he dropped to a seat on the couch, and proceeded to make his confidences to the magnate.
The magnate, red-faced and angry, returned with him to the station.
The boy grinned bashfully and opined the magnate just mentioned was "all right."
He was dressed like a magnate who was also a person of taste.
All was conducted as if for the funeral of a magnate of Hungary.
The two men who completed the prau's crew followed him into that magnate's campong.
Bland innocence overspread the magnate's features as if in a layer.
And this was the way in which the Hungarian magnate examined his accounts every year.
Ere long my father will be as big a magnate as the White Chief.