more affluent

[ af-loo-uh nt or, often, uh-floo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF more affluent
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My mother's circumstances were more affluent; she was daughter of a Mons.

Poverty had not robbed the four young hostesses of a109 cheery, happy-go-lucky air that charmed their more affluent guests.

Well, if that happened, she would either have to go hungry or beg food from the more affluent of her fellow-passengers!

The Montgomeries were the more affluent, had many servants, and a stable full of horses and carriages.

The tighter the lines drawn about distributing money outside our own great family the more affluent our family becomes.

The habits of a University are very fair tests of the habits of the more affluent, and upper middle classes of the nation.

His wife was the reverse of smart, but she was loud in her admiration of her more affluent cousin's stiff silks and laces.