Well-heeled in a sentence as an adjective

That might be a good place to meet well-heeled software companies if you're in a mind to do that.

But from well-heeled buy-to-let landlords whose cash-cow is about to be slaughtered.

The well-heeled, like ourselves, can afford cabs and Ubers to bridge the gaps where the transportation grid fails.

It also helps to find a well-heeled crazy dreamer from a rich family, when looking for a prospect.

The publishers aren't these poor underdogs, they're all well-heeled corporations with lawyers and experts.

This may be great for well-heeled, older couples looking for a minimally-exposed, relaxing jaunt abroad, but it's not what you want.

I don't know how many Asian immigrants you've worked with, but the vast majority in my experience were well-heeled in their home country.

Predictably the public interest then gets the short end of the stick in any case where there are no well-heeled private interests willing to pick up the tab.

Cities that don't do this - typically cities with well-heeled citizens who don't want their backyards ruined - will see their competitive advantages eroded.

Is it true that Blackberry handsets and plans have become inexpensive and are a good way for people without a lot of money to talk and message without the kind of big monthly bill that plagues more well-heeled people?

When instead, as is usually the case, the anonymity is that of a well-heeled lobbyist for a wealthy industry, who has his arms run up 27 other reporters' asses in addition to this one's, anonymity only serves corrupt purposes.

Well-heeled definitions


in fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich; "they were comfortable or even wealthy by some standards"; "easy living"; "a prosperous family"; "his family is well-situated financially"; "well-to-do members of the community"

See also: comfortable easy prosperous well-fixed well-off well-situated well-to-do