affluential

affluential

(ˌæflʊˈɛnʃəl)
n
(Sociology) an affluent person who does not display his or her wealth in the form of material possessions
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NEW ENTRIES The Murdering Cannibalistic Madam Submitted by Baillie-Calum MacKenzie-Ellis THE Murdering Cannibalistic Madam was a beautiful young affluential member of Edinburgh's high society of the 1700s.
Summary: Bahrain's most inspiring and affluential waterfront address, to be known as Nurana, is a step closer to reality with the completion of the site's masterplan design.
With the completion of the site's masterplan design, Bahrain's most inspiring and affluential waterfront address, to be known as Nurana, is a step closer to reality, said a top company official.
Another friend once suggested that affluential describes influence obtained by affluence.
While affluential women tend to buy more throughout the year, men will dig deeper into their pockets to fund occasional indulgences.
94pc, has an affluential rate four times that of Gwynedd.
Barclays has identified 3m people who make up the country's new affluential class.
While the average family has to make typical earnings of around pounds 24,000 stretch to cover all household, tax and leisure costs, an affluential couple spend almost half that amount - pounds 10,624 - just on holidays, hobbies, eating out and entertainment.
Affluential is the name given by Barclays to the 21st century's affluent whose spending power sets trends.
But when it comes to lingerie as a stocking filler, Marks & Spencer is the best bet, with 19 per cent of affluential women heading for the high street store.
However, the affluential male is still an image-conscious soul with 23 per cent making designer clothing their biggest one-off expenditure each year.
The scent for any selfrespecting affluential woman is verwhelmingly French 34 per cent would buy Chanel while affluential men are inclined to purchase Calvin Klein (12 per cent), Armani (eight per cent) or Dior (seven per cent).