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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Spring is home to a global community of affluential creative professionals, industry leaders, artists and entrepreneurs in the business of shaping contemporary culture.
Radha Arora, president of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, said luxury development has evolved and it's all about the new traveler type creating the global shift in "ultra-luxury hospitality;" one he calls "affluential explorers."
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But we at Punch HQ want to be alongside people with integrity and on-the-ground influence as well as those with big bank balances - "affluential" people.
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.
By contrast, the Vale of Glamorgan, at 2.94pc, has an affluential rate four times that of Gwynedd.
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.