He was a disgruntled, well-off white boy—so he fuels our arguments about privilege.
D.H. Lawrence wrestled with the discontent of well-off people in his dark fable, “The Rocking-Horse Winner.”
The shortages affect both the poor and the well-off, in surprising ways.
And if the deal paves the way for tax reform, the well-off could likely see some cherished deductions eliminated or capped.
Stay-at-home mothers, you probably think, are more likely to be white, well-off, proper, all-around June Cleaver-ish.
Only the well-off man, who serves nobody, wears a white top-hat; this hat is the emblem of independence and of success in life.
Her folks was well-off and she was brought up in cotton wool, as you might say.
I suppose poor relations are boring if you're well-off yourself.
It is just as applicable, I believe, to the educated and the well-off.
When I am well-off, bien, comfortable, I am not soon stirred.