banker


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  • noun

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a financier who owns or is an executive in a bank

the person in charge of the bank in a gambling game

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The banker had not believed the young man could look so serious.
She turned to the astonished young banker, who rode up.
Five bankers made no protest, but the sixth indignantly ordered "that playtoy" to be taken out.
Ay, and here they cut our tickets,' said the banker, fumbling at his belt.
But what is the good of all these vague theories," cried the banker impatiently, "when I have told you that I saw Arthur with the coronet in his hands?
The banker and his beautiful English daughter were staying at the hotel attached to Muscari's restaurant; that was why it was his favourite restaurant.
The standard of that profession is low in Middlemarch, my dear sir," said the banker.
When the banker told Uncle Henry that he must pay the money in thirty days or leave the farm, the poor man was in despair, as he knew he could not possibly get the money.
He looked after the great banker and stood for a moment deep in thought.
My Lord's life in Venice has been a life of absolute seclusion: nobody but his banker knows him, even by personal appearance.
That would indeed be gilt-edged," said the banker, gravely; "but what claim have you to the hand of my daughter?
One of Hillbrook's most respected citizens was Alvan Creede, a banker.
Bounderby the Banker does not reside in the edifice in which I have the honour of offering this explanation?
The bankers will give you back your Confession--just as they have received it from me--on receipt of an order in my handwriting.
Margaret replied, "Certainly not; meet me at the bankers at four.