Magnate in a sentence

Use Magnate in a sentence

Magnate meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [noun] a rich and powerful businessman ;

Those families acquired great wealth, eventually becoming magnates.

He became a billionaire business magnate, determined to become the richest man by any means possible.

The business magnate backed an opposition party and accused Putin of corruption.

Media magnate, David Thomson, is Canada’s richest person, with an estimated fortune of about $26 billion.

A group of oil magnates are trying to think of new ways to attract business.

The castle was sold to hotel magnate T.B. Baker.

The leading magnates and the less important nobles all came to Henry to make oaths of fidelity and vassalage.

Newspaper magnate was convicted in 2007 of honest services fraud, in addition to obstruction of justice.

Family Professor Sanya is married to Dr Yemi Sanya, a Pharmacist and a Business Magnate in Lagos, Nigeria.

David had an honorable career in politics, was also a millionaire mine owner, railroad magnate, and banker.

In his first life, Curwen was a successful merchant, shipping magnate and slave trader, and a highly accomplished sorcerer.