gazillionaire

ga·zil·lion·aire

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

gazillionaire

(ɡəˌzɪljəˈnɛə)
n
informal a person who is enormously rich
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After taking my widow's mite for sketchy services, the gazillionaire telecoms further burden aging pensioners like myself by shifting the responsibility for printing out my phone bill, or they will charge me P50 for a copy.
("I'm a points gazillionaire," jokes Stephen of his World of Hyatt status.) And when the Rathes' two children and five grandchildren travel to Saint Martin, as they have done regularly over the years, the entire crew moves into a three-bedroom villa, plus a room next door.
The new fad of quail eggs appears to be an attractive option to sell to millions of Kenyans and you will become a gazillionaire. This seems easy enough.
There is a huge range of models and prices ranging from a bargain basement Dacia Duster to a Rolls Royce Cullinan which is for your local gazillionaire. Some are aimed at families, others are aimed at the utility end of the market, and some are aimed fair and square at folk who like a bit of fun in their SUV.
(I have to admit, when the editors compiled our Sarasota's Gazillionaire's Guide on page 61, the $37,950 per person African safari, starting from the Sarasota Bradenton International Airport on a luxury jet with full reclining seats and a gourmet chef sounded appealing.)
Didn't the photos of actress Louise Linton's wedding to gazillionaire US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin just warm your heart?
"I do have a problem with a gazillionaire blowing into Texas and meeting with our officials and suddenly a bill gets fast tracked.
Held in a circus tent in the grounds of Caesars Palace hotel, it's hosted by the outrageous and filthy Mr Gazillionaire.
He continued to work well into his 70s, playing gazillionaire genius William Bell in the Fox series "Fringe.''
Koch Theatre (renamed for the widely unpopular right-wing gazillionaire who financed the renovation), and then, after Mortiers abrupt defection, by Steel, who in 2011 made the move official, with disastrous results.
Why else would a gazillionaire choose to go to a public beach surrounded by photographers (including one in a bikini who apparently calls herself the Pin-up Paparazzo), grinning fans and the couple's two ridiculous dogs.