Definition of "trustbuster"
  1. An individual, often a federal officer, tasked with dismantling trusts through the application of antitrust laws
How to use "trustbuster" in a sentence
  1. The trustbuster has initiated numerous inquiries into potential violations of antitrust laws.
  2. As a lead trustbuster, their job is to identify and dismantle large corporations acting as trusts.
  3. After extensive investigation, the trustbuster found compelling evidence of a trust that violated antitrust laws.

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