well-to-do

[wel-tuh-doo]
adjective
prosperous; rich.

Origin:
1815–25


comfortable; affluent, moneyed.
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well-to-do
 
adj
moderately wealthy

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Example sentences
Her family was extremely well-to-do, and connected by marriage with a spreading
  circle of other well-to-do families.
As a matter of fact, the marked shortening of the menu is in informal dinners
  and at the home table of the well-to-do.
Criminal gangs are now fueling demand for the primates among well-to-do
  restaurant patrons.
And they typically appeal to well-to-do parents, not their mall-rat kids.
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