zillionaire

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zil·lion·aire

 (zĭl′yə-nâr′)
n. Informal
One having an immense, incalculable amount of wealth.

zillionaire

(ˌzɪljəˈnɛə)
n
a person who has an extremely large but unspecified amount of money
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So, politics aside, why can't the UK's richest zillionaires get together and start a new trust fund for this sort of deserving case?
The tax code subsidises moguls with private jets while the carried interest tax break gives a huge tax discount to striving private equity zillionaires.
Two years ago, in a celebrated open letter to "My Fellow Zillionaires," Seattle entrepreneur Nick Hanauer predicted the result of historically high levels of inequality.
It could save you a packet and allow you to spend money on hospitals and schools rather than waste money hosting sporting zillionaires and their army of hangers-on.
Where once upon a time there were trees heavy with lemons, geraniums and bougainvillea lined the sunbleached terracotta walls, and stately Mediterranean-style villas overlooked the bays, now there are horrid giant apartment complexes filled to the brim with Algerians throwing their garbage out their windows, while the once azure waters have nearly turned black, the only living thing in the water being the occasional tart thrown overboard by irate Arab zillionaires.
Cutting funding for Labour isn't going to persuade Cameron to reject millions of pounds from tax-avoiding zillionaires.
Swansea's win over the zillionaires of Chelsea, while somewhat overshadowed by "ballboygate", was quite simply a triumph for Swansea's image.
Quixotic zillionaires seeking a vanity project that might one day pay off financially, but in the meanwhile serves as a handy outlet for ego gratification and self-promotion.
Barry Ferguson and Allan McGregor might be loaded but they're not zillionaires.
Persuasive, too--except perhaps to some of today's Hollywood superstars and 'Britart' zillionaires, not to mention swarms of under-employed, underfunded musicians.
I wish some competent zillionaires from foreign climes would buy a few of Britain's ailing racecourses, which have not benefited from a new idea since a man at Huntingdon opened a stall for past-sell-by-date cheeses and was taken away by health and safety inspectors pursued by one of his over-aged, malodorous Blue Shropshires.
Teams are now the playthings of zillionaires with large wallets and little idea about football.