wealthy person


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Noun1.wealthy person - a person who possesses great material wealthwealthy person - a person who possesses great material wealth
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
affluent - an affluent person; a person who is financially well off; "the so-called emerging affluents"
Croesus - a very wealthy man
fat cat - a wealthy and privileged person
man of means, rich man, wealthy man - a man who is wealthy
millionairess - a woman millionaire
plutocrat - someone who exercises power by virtue of wealth
millionaire - a person whose material wealth is valued at more than a million dollars
billionaire - a very rich person whose material wealth is valued at more than a billion dollars
multi-billionaire - a very rich person whose material wealth is valued at many billions of dollars
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Every wealthy person starts with the guidance of a mentor.
Moreover, if a wealthy person does have a particularly strong work ethic, it is likely attributable not just to their genetic predisposition, but also to their upbringing, including whatever privileges, values, and opportunities their background may have afforded them.
PPF's owner is Mr Peter Kellner, who is listed as the Czech Republics most wealthy person, and the announcement ends months of speculation surrounding the future of the manufacturer.
If the very wealthy person wants to avoid taxation in Britain and therefore put money into a tax haven somewhere, who loses?
If the very wealthy person wants to avoid taxation in Britain and, therefore, put money into a tax haven somewhere, who loses?
John, who is looking forward to a caravan holiday with his wife and their grandchildren, added: "You can be the most financially wealthy person in the world but not be as rich as I am with my family.
I should not have to die so that some wealthy person can have a tax cut," he said.
A very simplistic argument but you can also turn it on its head and ask how any middle class or wealthy person can vote Labour.
I do not want to be a very wealthy person by doing it.
It's qualitatively different from a wealthy person risking some money they can probably afford to lose.
It doesn't become charity because a wealthy person uses it as a template for a personal crusade and then insists he's doing everyone else a favour.
A: Because the wealthy person has a bigger house, he consumes more electricity and more water.