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well-off (adj.)

1733, "comfortable," from well (adv.) + off. Meaning "prosperous, not poor" is recorded from 1849.

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Definitions of well-off from WordNet

well-off (adj.)
in fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich;
Synonyms: comfortable / easy / prosperous / well-fixed / well-heeled / well-situated / well-to-do
well-off (adj.)
fortunately situated;
doesn't know when he's well-off
From wordnet.princeton.edu