One participant bristles at the idea that Russia's democracy movement is just about well-to-do Moscovites.
You never see a boxer come out of a well-to-do family because they have nothing to fight for.
She works as a maid, scrubbing floors and toilets of the well-to-do families in West Hartford, Connecticut.
Mohamed is a well-to-do young father and professional, a devout Muslim and a respected activist.
Yet even for the well-to-do Assad faithful, any sense of normalcy in the capital has long since slipped away.
The other was not a well-to-do man, and his name was Elisy Bodrv.
It is the superintendent of the factory in our village—a man rich, or, at any rate, well-to-do.
He was a large property owner in Georgetown, besides being a well-to-do merchant.
Almost all were the daughters of well-to-do parents, almost all had their homes in cities.
He did so, and entered upon the quiet life of a well-to-do country gentleman.