well-off[ wel-awf, -of ]SEE DEFINITION OF well-off
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WELL-OFF
I suppose poor relations are boring if you're well-off yourself.
Her folks was well-off and she was brought up in cotton wool, as you might say.
It is just as applicable, I believe, to the educated and the well-off.
They will have a young, well-off man instead of an old, poor man.
Being the only well-off member of her family, she was expected to do this sort of thing.
He lived in London and was happy, well-off, and full of honours.
And (she sighed again) she had been so well-off at the time of her marriage!
It makes you look like a shop—like a common, well-off person.
When I am well-off, bien, comfortable, I am not soon stirred.
Never believe people who tell you Moslem women are happy and well-off.