Synonyms for Corporation:

n.

agency, the biz, affiliate, organization, agent, anchor, account, multinational, blue-chip, base, big business, acquisition. administration (of an estate), branch, council, outfit, house, customs, directorate, bureau, group, the civil service. business (noun)
trade, service, job, holding, busy work, management, venture, barter, consortium, firm, livelihood, assignment, calling, practice, profession, interest, industry, establishment, labor, career, station, concern, market, proprietorship, enterprise, partnership, occupation, activity, commerce, exchange, position, commission, retailing, merchant, specialty, vocation, transaction, company, posting, selling, employment, business, negotiation, situation, affair.
business concern (noun)
company.
business establishment (noun)
house.
business organization, usually large (noun)
outfit, business, multinational, enterprise, partnership, company.
corporation (noun)
tummy, bay window, potbelly, corp.

Other synonyms:

the civil service, council, bureau. house, directorate, agency. branch, organization. outfit. administration (of an estate). Other relevant words:
outfit, group, anchor, base, council, account, affiliate, customs, bay window, tummy, branch, multinational, directorate, house, acquisition, bureau, corp, agency, potbelly, agent, organization.

Usage examples for corporation

  1. Add to this that Endicott's a man of intelligence, and a man of great wealth; that he's essentially a corporation man, and supposed to be hand in glove with the Combine, and how's Gordon going to beat him? – Loaded Dice by Ellery H. Clark
  2. This charter was to be in force for five years from and after its passage, and no longer, and upon the dissolution of the corporation all property was to revert to the Trustees of the town, to be chosen or appointed as heretofore directed by law. – The History of Louisville, from the Earliest Settlement till the Year 1852 by Ben Casseday
  3. This is because the Corporation is at less cost, has less waste, and does not want profits. – Britain for the British by Robert Blatchford