use philanthropist in a sentence.
Spoken like a true philanthropist...
Because he is a philanthropist.
Enough so to go from robber baron to philanthropist.
One man's robber baron is another man's philanthropist.
Possible ideas that come to mind: a movie producer, a philanthropist, a technical writer, a mayor.
Alas, it seems that the intersection of "brilliant coders", "criminals", and "philanthropists" is a vanishingly small set.
You could maybe reward the wealthy in the same way people currently reward philanthropists -- offer to name things for them.
Now that is a worthy goal to set for a budding entrepreneur: becoming a future philanthropist.
Without robber-barons, we would have a dearth of philanthropists.
He was a philanthropist.
Yeah, my point is there's a technical difference, but if the end effect is simply creating a benefit to humanity, it doesn't really seem important to distinguish between "philanthropist" and "humanitarian".
So saying Gates is the biggest philanthropist, I guess, is "objectively true" if you're being pedantic, and using philanthropist in the technical sense.
Yeah, and most of these rich people are also huge philanthropists that donate massive sums to charity.
And then use your ill-gotten fame to seek out grants and funding from governments and philanthropists to further your goals.
He's not just an investor, he's also a philanthropist.