English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'moneyed'

(adjective) 
Definition
having a great deal of money
Fear of crime among the new monied classes is rising rapidly.
Synonyms
rich
You're going to be a very rich man.
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loaded (slang)
That family's absolutely loaded.
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wealthy
a wealthy international businessman
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flush (informal)
Many developing countries were flush with dollars.
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prosperous
the youngest son of a prosperous family
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affluent
The homes would be affordable only to more affluent people.
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well-off
My family was quite well-off.
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well-heeled (informal)
The price tag is out of reach of all but the most well-heeled.
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well-to-do
two well-educated girls from well-to-do homes
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minted (British, slang)

Additional synonyms

in the sense of affluent
Definition
having plenty of money
The homes would be affordable only to more affluent people.
Synonyms
loaded (slang),
well-heeled (informal),
minted (British, slang)
in the sense of flush
Definition
having plenty of money
Many developing countries were flush with dollars.
Synonyms
rolling (slang),
in the money (informal),
well-heeled (informal),
well-supplied,
minted (British, slang)
in the sense of loaded
Definition
wealthy
That family's absolutely loaded.
Synonyms
well off,
rolling (slang),
flush (informal),
well-heeled (informal),
minted (British, slang)

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