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high roller

noun as in gambler of large amounts of money

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To outsiders, the NFT art world can look like a joke, or a bunch of high rollers playing a computer game.

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Hippies and high rollers fought over who ruled Main Street, and ski gangs took over the mountains, factionalizing the locals and sealing the town’s image as a no-rule revelry zone.

Simmons, an instinctive high roller (his chief assistant was even named "Mogel"), did not require much convincing.

At a high-roller Democratic fundraiser on Park Avenue last month, a California lawyer dismissed the Whitman challenge.

I laid off, and Miles Diston took the high-roller out next trip.

He had been a high roller in his day, I guess, but had of late been on his uppers.

He 's a high roller, right in with the judge and his crew, and there is n't a more corrupt politician in this town.

He had been a "high roller" until he came under the Rev. Mr. Borrowscale's tutelage.

Fatty Welch was "working" some swell guys who thought he was a real high-roller.


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On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to high-roller, such as: prodigal, profligate, spender, sport, squanderer, and waster.

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