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- adv. In an affluent manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Abundantly; copiously.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an affluent manner; in abundance; abundantly.
The leaders hide under the guise of being incapacitated because of foreign debt payment obligations, to shy away from their responsibilities and they allow the masses to wallow in abject poverty while they themselves live flamboyantly and affluently.
He explains further to live affluently she must say not guilty; otherwise she will not live nor will Oliver even though he is falling in love with his pawn.
In equating "living well" with living affluently, capitalism has made it extremely difficult to demonstrate that freedom is more closely identified with personal autonomy than with affluence, with empowerment over life than with empowerment over things, with the emotional security that derives frmo a nourishing community life than with a material security that derives from the myth of a nature dominated by an all-mastering technology.
An unknowing observer might imagine them to be two couples and a single, free-floating female — attractive, middle-class Americans, affluently dressed in an understated way, in the prime of their lives.
The two eldest, who were both in the bank, were quiet, sober men, who lived affluently and were married to religious wives, and brought up their children plentifully and piously.
Now, as he arrived at dusk, he was surprised to see how well the Mccuens lived, which was much more affluently than he and Barbara had, or the Stuarts.
Opal brought the words out like little sharp points that seemed to glitter affluently as she spoke them.
So, presently afterwards, in the sentence, "divina dignatio quæ dat omnibus affluenter et non improperat" (translated, "divine _authority_ which affluently and not precipitately gives to all"), though Mr. Hendrie might have perhaps been excused for not perceiving the transitive sense of _dignatio_ after _indignus_ in the previous text, which indeed, even when felt, is sufficiently difficult to render in
Could her liberation be effected, he would fly with her into another state; and the revenues arising from her own little patrimony which had been settled on herself at her marriage would enable them to live comfortably, if not affluently.
The bullied are standing up to the bully that can do nothing with empty pockets, over stretched armies; but watch its house of cards fall as the world will no longer lend it money to live affluently or dictate thier lives.
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