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high-rollers

noun as in spendthrift

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Gin rummy was his big game and he fraternized with high rollers like Minnesota Fats and Dean Chance.

Deposed royalty, to be sure, and no place casts aside faded high rollers quite like Las Vegas.

Instead, a long line of limousines waited at the curb for the Florida high-rollers inside the museum.

It's often part of the business model, just as it is in casinos, to help high rollers forget what's good for them.

High rollers just off big bonuses usually sweep up these prices.

Sixty-two dollars and some miserable change, said OLeary cheerfully, is all that keeps us among the high rollers.

You're 'bout right—them high rollers don't want to raise nothing but game cocks—no prison birds, eh?

We must make 'em think we're high rollers;—yachts, race horses, and all that.

Marine Note: High rollers don't always come in from the sea.

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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to high-rollers, such as: prodigal, profligate, spender, sport, squanderer, and waster.

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

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