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well–off

adjective \-ˈf\

: in a good position or situation

: having a lot of something

Full Definition of WELL-OFF

1
:  being in good condition or favorable circumstances <doesn't know when he's well–off>
2
:  well provided :  having no lack —usually used with for
3
a :  being in easy or affluent circumstances :  well-to-do
b :  suggesting prosperity <the house had a sleek well–off look>

First Known Use of WELL-OFF

1722

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