trustafarian

/ (ˌtrʌstəˈfɛərɪən) /

noun

(sometimes capital) British informal a young person from a wealthy background whose trust fund enables him or her to eschew conventional attitudes to work, dress, drug taking, etc

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Word Origin for trustafarian

C20: from trust (fund) + (Rast) afarian
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