well-heeled


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well-heeled

Wealthy. The foundation relies on big donations from well-heeled citizens.

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

verb
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Wisconsinites aren't impressed by well-heeled candidates or expensive campaigns.
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Perhaps no Canadian film-maker has had such a singular career path, navigating his way from the independent university filmmaking scene in the 1960s, to critically reviled commercial excrescences of the "tax shelter" era, to, more recently, the well-heeled approval of international art house and festival circuits.
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The hotel, whererooms fetch up to PS595 anight, charges well-heeled customers wine and champagne priceshigher than London's Ritz.
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A well-heeled sheikh has just taken a perfectly gorgeous Ferrari 599 and had its aluminium body polished to within an inch of its life.
But the main beneficiaries will be a well-heeled elite anxious to remain a well-heeled elite.
The court heard how well-heeled friends would gather at the bar and drink heavily, they would attend a night called Debauchery and post pictures of each others' antics on the net.
Whether watching fewer commercials, or resenting the onslaught of ads the well-heeled will be sending our way, TV fans could very well make it necessary for candidates, rich and poor, to figure out another way into our living rooms.
These new types will be different from the Monte Carlo casinos whose clients are the well-heeled.
Aquino adds, "The area sees plenty of traffic from well-heeled customers, which is why it is so sought after.
The problem is that the Dobson faction is well-heeled, able to flood evangelical churches with materials reflecting his views.
Vehicles that could be bought and raced successfully by well-heeled and aspiring owners would have been built instead.
The reason they keep open is the very large influx of wealthy, well-heeled tourists who flock from all over the world into London.