monopoly

[ muh-nop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF monopoly

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MONOPOLY

It reveals the fact that America has no monopoly of racial amalgamation.

The learned and the studious of thought have no monopoly of wisdom.

Daring, courage, virtue—there is no monopoly of these things.

Any deduction from this monopoly must bring down her rival in proportion to this deduction.

Don't think that you and a select few have a monopoly of all truth and wisdom.

Essex had thus derived a great revenue from his monopoly of wines.

There is a monopoly on this and each licensee has to agree not to sell it.

That brutal spirit of monopoly is still abroad and uncurbed.

They have almost a monopoly as to burning corpses and handling all dead bodies.

A monopoly will give us settled prices and control of the flowage.

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