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squillionaire Line breaks: squil¦lion|aire
Pronunciation: /skwɪljəˈnɛː/

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Definition of squillionaire in English:

noun

British informal
An extremely rich person: the software squillionaire is worth some $18 billion [as modifier]: a squillionaire property developer
More example sentences
  • Makes me wonder what sort of squillionaire lives in there.
  • Robbed I was, robbed of my rightful position in life of oil magnate and squillionaire at the tender age of five.
  • Follow these simple guidelines, and you, too, like me will be a world famous squillionaire webmaster.

Origin

1970s: from squillion, on the pattern of millionaire.

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