Synonyms for better-off

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The poor could work their way, driving cattle for the better-off.

And how the better-off among them pity their weaker brethren!

I found on lately revisiting Anjou, and in the Berri, that the better-off peasants are building houses with upper bedrooms.

The better-off purchase strong, unbleached goods of local manufacture.

But the better-off people sent persons into the Upper House who were against it.

He was one of that hapless band who are always doing duty for other and better-off people.

They have no bottles, nor have I, and the better-off bring great copper jugs and basins for an ounce or two of lotion!

The better-off were lavish—or had been until a few years previously—when they had certified proof that the cases were deserving.

Luke knew that it contained gifts—the hateful, merciful, nauseating charity of the better-off.

The "Hollies" became a kind of club for the disconsolate, "better-off" men of the district.