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Businessman   /bˈɪznəsmˌæn/  /bˈɪznɪsmˌæn/   Listen

(pl. businessmen)
A person engaged in commercial or industrial business (especially an owner or executive).  Synonym: man of affairs.

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"Businessman" Quotes from Famous Books

... in with Morton Hallstock, who controlled what some people were credulous enough to take for a government here. Before long, he was secretary of the Hunters' Co-operative. Old Simon MacGregor, who had been president then, was a good hunter, but he was no businessman. He came to depend very heavily on Ravick, up till his ship, the Claymore, was lost with all hands down in Fitzwilliam Straits. I think that was a time bomb in the magazine, but I have a low and suspicious mind. Professor Hartzenbosch has told me so repeatedly. After that, ...
— Four-Day Planet • Henry Beam Piper

Words linked to "Businessman" :   Simon Marks, arbitrager, king, power, John Wanamaker, David Sarnoff, big businessman, Ezra Cornell, Rudolf Wurlitzer, operator, owner, Cornell, ward, Harriman, baron, bourgeois, magnate, Wurlitzer, arb, Leland Stanford, Edward Henry Harriman, man of affairs, top executive, James Jerome Hill, Aaron Montgomery Ward, mogul, Huntington, transactor, Marks, Henry Villard, syndicator, tycoon, industrialist, George Stephenson, hill, First Baron Marks of Broughton, J. J. Hill, Collis Potter Huntington, Stephenson, Sarnoff, arbitrageur, Montgomery Ward, businessperson, suit, proprietor, E. H. Harriman, Villard, business leader, Woolworth, Frank Winfield Woolworth, Wanamaker, oilman, Stanford, amalgamator

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