Well-off in a sentence as an adjective

Why do the children of well-off parents deserve access to education more than poor kids?

The above paragraphs is a shibboleth for well-off far lefties.

Their counter-parts, born into well-off families, on the other hand, have a great shot at ending up at the upper end of the income spectrum.

In my childhood alone, I was evicted twice, moved countries several times, and had times when we were very well-off and times when we couldn't afford food.

From poor farmers and peasants, through students and professors, to entrepreneurs, CEOs of big companies/multinational branches, and other well-off people.- To call all these people “fascists”, “junta”, is something a Gebbels would do.

Especially ridiculously it sounds given the number of Jews, and well-off ones, taking parts in the protests, alongside the so-called “radicals”.- Somebody mentioned “Svoboda” and “Pravyj Sektor” as boogeymen.

Well-off 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-heeled well-situated well-to-do


fortunately situated; "doesn't know when he's well-off"