- rich and of good social status
- having plenty of money and possessions
- in favorable circumstances
- in fortunate circumstances financially
wealthy; rich; well-off; well-heeled; affluent; prosperous; comfortable; loaded
- In the capital's well-to-do suburbs, hiring a security guard has become a must for every family.
- People living below poverty line protested against the new tax bill that favored the well-to-dos.
- Most of well-to-do parents send their wards to London for study.
- One friend mine is quite well-to-do and she is kind heart.
- They are lucky who born in a well-to-do family.
- I was not born in well-to-do family, but I worked really hard to reach this level.
- He was a quite well-to-do business man but left everything becomes a Buddhist monk.
Well-to-do often used with quite.
Idiom of the Day
cast aspersions Meaning: criticize somebody or somebody's character. Example: His opponents never missed an opportunity to cast aspersions on his professionalism.