Usage examples for monopolist

  1. The monopolist only goes further on this road than most other men can go. – Monopolies and the People by Charles Whiting Baker
  2. Each suffered under a little monopolist ascendancy, called by the same name, " the family compact," and sustained, against the prevailing sentiment and interest, by the British Governor, and in each had arisen, or was arising, the same loud demand for responsible government. – The Framework of Home Rule by Erskine Childers
  3. The Boer and the Englishman who have been in this land, have not always loved mercy, nor have they always sought after justice; but the little finger of the speculator and monopolist who are devouring this land will be thicker on the backs of the children of this land, black and white, than the loins of the Dutchmen and Englishmen who have been. – Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland by Olive Schreiner
  4. " That is" she continued, merrily, " if you promise to be submissive, and not become a monopolist; for when you, Isabel, and myself are together, I feel as if I had lost myself; I don't know to whom I belong; you want me, Isabel wants me, until I don't know where I am." – A Heart-Song of To-day by Annie Gregg Savigny
  5. She was aware that Mr. Cannon meant to establish it first as a weekly, and then, when it had grown, to transform it into a daily and wage war with that powerful monopolist, The Staffordshire Signal, which from its offices at Hanbridge covered the entire district. – Hilda Lessways by Arnold Bennett
  6. The Inns of Court are monopolist, and, like all monopolists, hopelessly conservative. – On Something by H. Belloc
  7. In Watt's day, the inventor who applied for a patent was a would- be monopolist. – James Watt by Andrew Carnegie
  8. Another follows openly the trape of a monopolist, with immense facilities for either preventing or authorizing exportation, according as his own warehouses happen to be full or empty. – The Roman Question by Edmond About
  9. But these monopolist instincts, which have wrought more harm in the world we live in than fire or sword or pestilence or tempest, hardly die at all as yet in a few good men, and die, fighting hard for life, even in the noblest women. – The Woman Who Did by Grant Allen
  10. It is the greatest monopolist among the pleasures. – The Pleasures of Ignorance by Robert Lynd
  11. Mr. Hobson continues, " The attraction of some obvious gain, the suppression of some scandalous abuse of monopolist power by a private company, some needed enlargement of existing Municipal or State enterprise by lateral expansion- such are the sole springs of action." – A Preface to Politics by Walter Lippmann
  12. If a monopolist secures unearned profits, there is injustice. – Problems in American Democracy by Thames Ross Williamson
  13. Baron de Bach is such a monopolist. – Under the Southern Cross by Elizabeth Robins
  14. On the whole, however, his line of policy was not such as would recommend itself to the crowd, and in October 1853 a furious mob attacked the Palazzo Cavour, repeating the old cry that the minister was a monopolist who robbed the poor of their bread. – Cavour by Countess Evelyn Martinengo-Cesaresco
  15. In these countries no monopoly existed; and yet there the commodity was of such a quality and so abundant as to bear the duty, and even with the duty in some degree to rival the monopolist even in his own market. – The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. VIII. (of 12) by Edmund Burke
  16. Despite the promises made to private firms that early sought to open up business in its land, the Government itself has become a great trading corporation, with monopolist rights which close great regions to private traders and subject the natives to vexatious burdens. – The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.) by John Holland Rose
  17. It is difficult to say what it is if it be not the private domain of King Leopold and of several monopolist- controlling trusts. – The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.) by John Holland Rose