Wall Street

NOUN
  1. used to allude to the securities industry of the United States
  2. a street in lower Manhattan where the New York Stock Exchange is located; symbol of American finance
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use Wall Street In A Sentence

  • The "lawmen" in the Justice Department, etc, who are doing the hard work to bring these Wall Street criminals to the courthouse will be compromised. Stephen Gyllenhaal: Goldman and Sachs and Lipstick and Rouge
  • The RV maker last month posted its third-straight quarterly profit, topping Wall Street forecasts, as motor home deliveries rose.
  • When equipped with the full unit, a patient sees a display of phosphenes, which looks, as the Wall Street Journal put it, like ‘the light-bulb array of a stadium scoreboard,’ and which approximates - very roughly - the outlines of objects.
  • Now, from the left, comes a ragtag assortment of college kids, labor unionists, conspiracy theorists and others who've taken to the streets in protests dubbed "Occupy Wall Street.
  • Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal The nearly complete Bolognese sauce heats on a stove top. Hold the...Well, Nothing
  • She discussed the Afghan War, huge Wall Street profits and media coverage of the Balloon Boy hoa ... Huff TV: Arianna Discusses Afghan War And Huge Wall Street Profits On CNN
  • Even if it wasn't clear enough back when he assembled his "team of rivals" and welcomed Wall Street into his administration, it has been absolutely clear at least since he capitulated to "counterinsurgent" generals and their civilian enablers, and to health care profiteers, that, whatever he may think and feel "inside," Obama is not one of the "good guys. Andrew Levine: Obama Winter and How to Combat It
  • It's a relatively new political tack for the former plastics and packaging salesman from Ohio, who has exceeded all other House members in collections from Wall Street - with more than $2.9 million - and also ranks at or near the top of members favored by large health insurers, oil firms, student lenders, drug manufacturers, and food and beverage companies, according to tallies of campaign disclosures. Boehner reaches out to the tea party
  • Dionne Searcey/The Wall Street Journal Mr. Scott let National Weather Service meteorologists cast molds of the hailstone at their lab in Boulder, but he wouldn't let them dissect it. Mr. Scott's Hefty Hailstone
  • Wall Street's old-timers knew from hard experience that, despite the hype, the market could not escape the law of gravity.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy