on easy street

on easy street

In a secure and pleasant situation, often financially. Grandpa will be on easy street once his pension checks start rolling in.
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on easy street

Fig. in a state of financial independence and comfort. I want to live on easy street when I grow up. When I get this contract signed, I'll be on easy street.
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easy street, on

A condition of financial security and comfort, as in If he actually makes partner, he will be on easy street. [Colloquial; c. 1900] Also see fat city.
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on ˈeasy street

(American English) enjoying a comfortable way of life with plenty of money and no worries: The box office success of his first movie put him and his family on easy street. OPPOSITE: (on) skid row
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on easy street

mod. in a state of financial independence and comfort. (see also easy street.) When I get this contract signed, I’ll be on easy street.
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