comfortably off

comfortably off

Having enough financial means or assets to be able to live in comfort. Jim is now quite comfortably off after marrying Suzanne, whose father is a billionaire oil tycoon.
See also: comfortably, off

ˌcomfortably ˈoff

having enough money to buy what you want without worrying about the cost: My brother is very comfortably off. He has a career in finance.
See also: comfortably, off
References in classic literature ?
"I am comfortably off, monsieur, that's all; I have scraped together some such thing as an income of two or three thousand crown in the haberdashery business, but more particularly in venturing some funds in the last voyage of the celebrated navigator Jean Moquet; so that you understand, monsieur--But" cried the citizen.
Keats then became manager of the stables, and his father-in-law, who was comfortably off, went away to live in the country.
I will not conceal from you that the document ends with certain legal phrases about the unpleasant things that may happen if the money is not paid; but meanwhile, ladies and gentlemen, let me assure you that I am comfortably off here for accommodation, wine and cigars, and bid you for the present a sportsman-like welcome to the luxuries of the Paradise of Thieves."
He had composed himself for sleep that night, and was just dropping comfortably off, when from the other side of the door he heard the sound of angry voices.
What with this, and what with a longer time passing on the present occasion before my husband found me out, I was as comfortably off as in my position I could hope to be.
He has no children, keeps one maid-servant, and is comfortably off. The country round is very lonely, but about half a mile to the north there is a small cluster of villas which have been built by a Tavistock contractor for the use of invalids and others who may wish to enjoy the pure Dartmoor air.
(Now that I am comfortably off, she gets to ride business class.
EUR-USD rose to 1.1250, up on Friday's low at 1.1226 but remaining comfortably off Friday's opening levels at 1.1294-95.
Comfortably off so he can buy you a decent pressie and handsome enough for the mistletoe kiss and champagne-supping Insta pics.
I RECENTLY wrote a letter pondering as to whether the fact that as more people are opting for private surgery this would have any effect on the NHS waiting lists, and also saying that I thought it would be a sad thing that someone comfortably off and retired could be treated sooner than someone less well-off who has to take time off from work, possibly losing out financially.
.Croque Monsieur 6.25 Kempton SP forecast 5-2 Took his form to a totally new level when comfortably off the mark on his handicap debut at Chelmsford 18 days ago.
I am 78, consider myself comfortably off and in secure accommodation.
In 1787, Captain Edward Brazier is on a mission: recently paid off from his frigate and comfortably off with hard won prize money, he is headed to Deal to propose marriage to the young and lovely widow Betsy Vaughan.
They said they had a budget of PS18,000, but I told them I was already on the advisory board of a Chinese company, that I was comfortably off and I did not pursue the matter - Peter Lilley, former Tory minister who was the subject of an attempted TV sting "Definitely not me.
Or if you're lucky enough to be comfortably off, remind your friends and family to think ahead too.