Examples of industrialist in a Sentence
a meeting of industrialists to discuss environmental issues
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Montealegre was raised in Chile; her mother was Costa Rican and Catholic; her father, an American Jew, was a wealthy industrialist.
Basketball was already a widely popular game when this historic house was built in 1924 for industrialist Stanley C.E. Smith, who owned Smith and Valley Iron Works Co., which made logging machinery.
In time, industrialists changed their minds on Prohibition, finding their workers were no less drunk at work than before.
At the Geneva Motor Show in 1971, an Italian industrialist named Ferruccio Lamborghini unveiled a new sports car his company hoped to build.
Rockefeller, who died last year at 101, was the last surviving grandson of industrialist John D. Rockefeller who consolidated the American petroleum industry and founded the Standard Oil Company and became one of America's first billionaires.
Flagler, an industrialist, built the 75-room, 100,000-square-foot mansion, Whitehall, for his third wife, Mary Lily Kenan Flagler.
During the global financial crisis, television showed Putin bullying industrialists to reopen shuttered plants and scolding retailers about the price of sausages.
Some in India fear similar working conditions are in store for them as well if factories and industrialists are left to run amok.
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Definition of industrialist for English Language Learners
: someone who owns or manages an industry
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