better-off


bet·ter–off

adjective \ˌbe-tə-ˈrf\

Definition of BETTER-OFF

1
:  being in comfortable economic circumstances <the better–off people live in the older section of town>
2
:  being in a more advantageous position

First Known Use of BETTER-OFF

circa 1859

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