millionnaire (plural millionnaires)
- Archaic spelling of millionaire.
1858, Various, The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 2, Number 9, July, 1858:
- The large, smooth, florid millionnaire, dreaming only of senatorial honors, the shouts of the multitude, and the adoration of a party press, cowered like a dog under the lash of the "man of society."
1853, Edward Bulwer-Lytton, Lucretia, Complete:
- But the state of Dalibard, though prosperous, is not that of the heir to the dead millionnaire.
1914, William Davenport Hulbert, Forest Neighbors:
- He swallowed it, of course, and for the next five minutes he went charging up and down that pond at a great rate, followed by a green glass monster with the name of a millionnaire brewer blown in its side.
millionnaire m, f (plural millionnaires)
millionnaire (masculine and feminine, plural millionnaires)
- Very rich