Midas touch

  1. an ability to make and manage large amounts of money
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How To Use Midas touch In A Sentence

  • STUNNINGLY successful and devilishly handsome, Jose Mourinho is the manager with the Midas touch.
  • She is happily married to an Irish nabob, Eamon, whose Midas touch makes even his goyishness forgivable.
  • The Dow continues to head south, with Alan Greenspan, the one-time wizard with the Midas touch, experiencing a torrid time.
  • It was as if the money was blessed with the Midas touch, because it had once belonged to the Osbornes. ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH
  • Some of America's top company builders - spotless reputations on the line - are trying to apply the entrepreneurial Midas touch to the problems that beset this cobwebbed corner of the economy.
  • Pavarotti is a unique performer with the Midas touch.
  • Profile pieces have him as the man with the Midas touch, wearing watches so chunky that they could double as gym apparatus. Times, Sunday Times
  • If Capello wants to remind his England players that he has the Midas touch, or to show them the meaning of mental fortitude, he could not do much better than show them the video of that game together with an explanation of how he outthought a Barça team packed with fluidity and flair. Cornered Fabio Capello knows precisely how to square the circle
  • You know, Bob really has the Midas touch. He sold his slow business for a good profit and has started another one that's already doing incredibly well.
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