A self-made person who has a dream or comes up with a great idea--meg Whitman, say--is good.
With that, McMahon joined Mike Bloomberg and meg Whitman as CEOs of billion-dollar companies who have pursued high office.
While ultimately losing in blue California, Fiorina lost by a lesser margin than did gubernatorial candidate meg Whitman.
meg Whitman, Carly Fiorina, and Linda McMahon were anointed Tea Party favorites by Sarah Palin.
meg Ryan is the defending champion, but this is a whole new year.
And Mistress meg will be left in the lurch, poor white-face!
Perhaps I shouldn't have let her talk so about meg, but, after all, she told me nothing new.
How meg climbed them alone and unaided was indeed a mystery to the watcher below.
I dashed into my room but meg's staccato reached me even there.
meg is very unkind about him; very bitter and unkind; her own brother.
before vowels meg-, word-forming element often meaning "large, great," but in precise scientific language "one million" (megaton, megawatt, etc.), from Greek megas "great, large, vast, big, high, tall; mighty, important" (fem. megale), from PIE *meg- "great" (cf. Latin magnus, Old English micel; see mickle). Mega began to be used alone as an adjective by 1982.
High-speed computer stores 2.5 megabits [headline in "Electronics" magazine, Oct. 1, 1957]
One million (106): megahertz.