1. A person who sells bullshit for a living.

2. A person who is constantly starting new businesses that are absolute crap.
1. Dude, did you hear that Bill tripled his money day-trading penny stocks? Yeah, but don't forget he's a professional entremanure.

2. Trent and Blaine are starting their fifth internet startup. This one is going to enable companies to analyze fleet usage characteristics in real-time. They are two enteremanures of the highest magnitude.
作者 Spit Nolan 2006年3月06日
An individual owner of a small, start-up business who is, in the end, totally full of shit; a new business owner who lacks experience in management, marketing, accounting, etc.; a business owner who develops or markets a "new" product that is utterly useless, ridiculous, or just plain stupid. Variations include "entremanurial" (adj.), entremanurism (n.)
I'd like you to meet Rob, who sells edible undies that taste like broccoli. He's a real up-and-coming entremanure.

My client, who opened a Victoria's Secret store in Islamabad, definitely has the 21st century entremanurial spirit.
作者 T. McGrimace 2006年3月08日
When you own a business that goes into the pooper.
I started my own painting business and ended up an Entremanure.
作者 AustinGAGA 2010年10月07日
someone who you respect for their entrepreneurial accomplishments, but in real life are douche bags.
what an entremanure - i love his company concept, but when i see him out and about he pretends to not know who i am.
作者 dustruffles 2010年8月01日
An ambitious business owner who makes a ton of money in fertilizer.
The Farmers' Market down the street has really gotten big since the entremanure, Mr. Cheval du Fumier, took over.
作者 Deep Stinker 2011年9月07日
An entremanure is a governing body that has the power to talk absolute bollocks while still sounding elusively motivational, thus giving an air of being powerful when, in fact, the speaker is actually a 17 year old business student with ginger pubes.
"Thinks he's a proper little entremanure that one, he's even got an obligatory "manager's" hard-on"
作者 Squeeb2 2008年6月09日
The shredded lawn stuff they sell in bags every spring at mom-and-pop gas stations.
Ah, spring, when a young man's fancy turns to gardening. Time to get gas for the mower and pick up a couple bags of entremanure.
作者 Echolalia Ed 2009年4月23日

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