Leverhulme

[lee-ver-hyoom or, often, -yoom]
noun
  1. ViscountWilliam Hesketh Lever, 1851–1925, English soap manufacturer, originator of an employee profit-sharing plan, and founder of a model industrial town.
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Historical Examples of leverhulme

  • Are you suffering from that Leverhulme six-hour-working-day sort of feeling?

    Living Alone

    Stella Benson

  • I would not have the reader to suppose that I consider Lord Leverhulme a heaven-sent genius of statesmanship.


British Dictionary definitions for leverhulme

Leverhulme

noun
  1. William Hesketh, 1st Viscount. 1851–1925, English soap manufacturer and philanthropist, who founded (1881) the model industrial town Port Sunlight
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