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well-heeled

 and well-fixed; well-off
Fig. wealthy; with sufficient money. My uncle can afford a new car. He's well-heeled. Everyone in his family is well-off.

well-heeled

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Financial stability is different for everyone, whether you want to call it comfortable, well-off or secure," says Joe Buhrmann, manager of Financial Security support at COUNTRY Financial.
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In one scene, Wilberforce steers a boatload of well-off types alongside a slave ship so the gentlefolk can whiff the dreadful stench of human bondage.
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The money should rather go to a total, integrated transport solution that would benefit the less well-off.
Queen's and Toronto have tens of thousands of well-off alumni.
Ten years prior, an older, well-off couple wanted a summer house big enough for their grown children and their families.
Almost all children (at least in the more prosperous areas of the world) play with the same toys, styled in North America or Europe and made by serf-like labour in the least well-off countries.
The plot goes thus: Edward Zanni, a New Jersey teen consumed with the desire to study acting at Juilliard, learns to his horror that (a) his dad won't pay, and (b) thanks to said dad, he's too well-off to qualify for financial aid.
The man, who was well-off, died and his widow mentioned in passing that his will provided for the symphony, the art gallery, the museum .
In a prosperous Seattle suburb, an assemblage of ordinary and seemingly well-off individuals have the (mis)fortune to encounter a free copy of "The Rich Man's Investment Letter".
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The very well-off have been big winners on two fronts, as they secured enormous gains in income in both the 1980s and 1990s and then received extremely large tax cuts in 2001 and again this year.