silver spoon

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Synonyms for silver spoon

the inherited wealth of established upper-class families


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Lores Bonney was a silvertail in the 1930s, and when I interviewed her sixty years later at her Gold Coast home, she was still living up to that reputation.
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It can be a confusing and scary experience to be told that your website is being used to host a phish site," said Laura Mather, managing director of operational policy for the APWG and founder of Silvertail Systems.
The Silvertails boast an enviable home record this season having gained seven wins from a possible eight, with a solitary golden-point defeat to Melbourne in round one the only blot on their copybook.
Later, as Joe evicts the young silvertails from Heidi's hotel room, one of them faces him, naked and defiant, expecting violence--'What are you, a macho man?
Thus the AFL's oldest club--and the silvertails of the competition--joined two of Melbourne's traditional working-class clubs, the Kangaroos and the Western Bulldogs, as the mendicants of the league.
Seven wins in nine has propelled the Silvertails into a dominant position with over half of the campaign already behind them.