silent partner

NOUN
  1. a partner (who usually provides capital) whose association with the enterprise is not public knowledge
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How To Use silent partner In A Sentence

  • Whenever a dad plays, there is usually a mom playing, who may not realize she is a silent partner.
  • But the lead is a crook who had been the time-share man's silent partner. SUMMER OF SECRETS
  • Eight years ago, the partners set out to control their own destinies and were able to do so thanks to an "angel investor" - a silent partner who'd made his own fortune in the restaurant business.
  • On the one hand his position is analogous to that of a minority shareholder or silent partner in a private business.
  • Buddy, my silent partner, deserved to share the byline on that story.
  • Testamentary practice and aldermanic proceedings from the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries attest that married women were by no means silent partners in marital property management.
  • Your silent partner and ever-loving lover ....... LIVER.
  • Silent Partners make pop music to dance to with scratchy wah-wah and rousing choruses slightly at odds with the Dermo's Discharge T-shirt and patched-up post-punk jacket.
  • Not only that, local officials, who can seize land and issue permits for new projects, were often silent partners in new manufacturing ventures.
  • Andy Dufresne was his right hand in all of this, his silent partner. The prison library was Andy's hostage to fortune.
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