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executive
Definition:
a person responsible for the administration of a business

Synonyms:

adjective
administrative
controlling, directing, governing, managerial, ruling, Managing, decision-making.
authoritative
ex officio, sovereign, ex cathedra.
causative
causal, causative, effective, formative, generative, germinal, influential, motivational, pivotal, responsible.
commanding
governing.
expensive
costly.
pert
executive.
political
governmental.
productive
bountiful, constructive, creative, fecund, fertile, fruitful, lush, parturient, pregnant, productive, profitable, prolific, teeming.
white-collar
salaried, white collar.
noun
authority
kingfish, kingpin, pro, top dog, veteran, Specialists, kingpins, experts, pros, wizards, top hand, power elite, big wig, ivory dome, kingfishes.
director
administrator, baron, boss, conductor, foreman, general, king, magistrate, mayor, overlord, overseer, queen, ringleader, ringmaster, superintendent, supervisor, taskmaster, warden, band master.
entrepreneur
promoter, founders, IMPRESSARIO.
executive
administrator, executive director.
governance
predominanc.
group
executive.
head
lead-off person.
higher-up
higher up.
master
abbot, authority, captain, chief, commandant, commander, dean, director, governor, guru, head, headmaster, headmistress, kingpin, landlady, landlord, leader, lord, maestro, mahatma, manager, mandarin, master, mother, officer, president, principal, proprietor, proprietress, quartermaster, ruler, senior, sire, squire, star, titleholder.
mogul
potentate, princess, queen, princesses.
operating system
dos, doss, Oss, MSDOS, system software.
operator
Operators.
person
executive, executive director.
person who manages an organization
administrator, big wheel, boss, brass, businessperson, ceo, chief, co, commander, director, directorate, entrepreneur, government, governor, head, head honcho, heavyweight, hierarchy, industrialist, leader, leadership, management, manager, officer, official, skipper, supervisor, top brass, tycoon, vip, EXEC, administration, head person, higher-up, key player.
superior
superior, higher-up.
treasurer
accountant, auditor, banker, bookkeeper, bursar, cashier, comptroller, controller, financier, lender, loaner, moneylender, official, teller, treasurer, trustee.
tycoon
business people, wealthy person, captain of industry, business person, wealthy people.
verb
commanding
governing.
Examples of usage:
  1. His wife pleaded to stay in her father's house with her young son, but the executive council decided that she must leave the State at once. – A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia by Amanda Minnie Douglas
  2. " If it is, I am responsible for it," added the executive officer, as he removed the cover from the end of the case. – Fighting for the Right by Oliver Optic
  3. Well, he said, very slowly, I can only hope you will have more confidence in your next leader; but I am on the list of the executive still, and if the house was full of dollars I wouldn't give you one of them with which to make trouble that you'll most surely be sorry for. – The Cattle-Baron's Daughter by Harold Bindloss
  4. Mr. Webster stood forth as the champion of the Executive. – Daniel Webster by Henry Cabot Lodge
  5. He always looks to me to be the youngest man on the whole executive staff. – Whispering Smith by Frank H. Spearman

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