man of means

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Synonyms for man of means

a man who is wealthy

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As Fouquet was alighting from his carriage, to enter the castle of Nantes, a man of mean appearance went up to him with marks of the greatest respect, and gave him a letter.
On trial, sale and rent, rooms to let A million and fifty pence It doesn't make sense, discontents It will commence I'm a man of means by now mean, Heinz Beans A King on the road to nowhere, no more So it's one for money Two for the lawn on show Three for the readies .
If your brother was a man of means you should probably see a solicitor about this.
Judge Ian Lomax said: "You are a man of means but the fine should not be disproportionate.
To placate them and retain some control over her life, Lady Rose enters into a sham engagement to Captain Harry Cathcart, a man of means who nevertheless has chosen to work for a living as a private detective.
Walsh, the 43-year-old former Wheel of Fortune host, said: "Danny is a man of means and flashy suits.