well-to-do[ wel-tuh-doo ]SEE DEFINITION OF well-to-do
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WELL-TO-DO
It is the superintendent of the factory in our village—a man rich, or, at any rate, well-to-do.
At the present day the poor have more children than the well-to-do.
In France, especially, well-to-do people often limit their families to two.
Have the children of the well-to-do been backward in volunteering?
And, are not the children of the well-to-do conscripted equally with the children of the poor?
Those heathens will only come to God's house when they think He is well-to-do.
Almost all were the daughters of well-to-do parents, almost all had their homes in cities.
The houses are clean and tidy, and the people have a well-to-do look.
Later she dwindled to a prayer that she might capture a man who was "tol'able well-to-do."
Philip's own father was a well-to-do physician, named, of course, Dr. Bentley.