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well–to–do

adjective \ˌwel-tə-ˈdü\

: having plenty of money and possessions

Full Definition of WELL-TO-DO

:  having more than adequate financial resources :  prosperous <a well–to–do family>

First Known Use of WELL-TO-DO

1805
WELL-TO-DO Defined for Kids

well–to–do

adjective \ˌwel-tə-ˈdü\

Definition of WELL-TO-DO for Kids

:  having plenty of money and possessions <He comes from a well-to-do family.>

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