affluential

adjective
af·flu·en·tial | \ ˌa-(ˌ)flü-ˈen(t)-shəl \

Definition of affluential 

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: wealthy and influential : having power and influence because of affluence In short, recruit affluential and influential movers and shakers to serve on the rating committee. —Stanley Weinstein, The Complete Guide to Fundraising Management, 2009

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First Known Use of affluential

1842, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for affluential

blend of affluent entry 1 and influential

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