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jet-set

(modifier) Of or pertaining to a group of wealthy individuals who travel globally, especially by private jet, to frequent fashionable resorts, social events, and the like. Mark's dream of living the jet-set life finally came to fruition after he won the lottery.

jet-set

verb
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Adrian Waddell, operations manager at regeneration body NE1, said: "There's scope for a jet-set without a doubt.
HE WAS the Paisley boy who rose to the jet-set world of global finance.
For now it's time he set that aside and remembered he has one or two football matches coming up before he can continue his life as a jet-set celebrity.
LEONARDO DiCaprio has fired back at criticism of Hollywood's green actors over their jet-set lifestyles.
But the actor says he could never be put off his jet-set life because of his long-standing passion for travelling.
He was, allegedly, spotted cavorting with a bevy of beauties at a jet-set bash.
If you ever get bored with the jet-set David, we're sure we can find someone to fill in.
And bright-eyed baby Lucas Morad showed yesterday he can handle the jet-set life just as easily as dad Mick Jagger.
His jet-set lifestyle makes him a top target for sponsors.
IT seems the jet-set, celebrity lifestyle is taking it's toll on Leonardo DiCaprio.