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well-to-do

[wel-tuh-doo] /ˈwɛl təˈdu/
adjective
1.
prosperous; rich.
Origin of well-to-do
1815-1825
1815-25
Synonyms
comfortable; affluent, moneyed.
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well-to-do

adjective
1.
moderately wealthy
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