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  • adj. full of money


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  • One MP, the BBC reports, praised Mbuvi's sartorial accomplishments: "The way of life of a Sonko rich man is one who dresses well, by putting on stunners, studs, sports and well-lined suits, and that is what you are witnessing here today."

    Young Kenyan MP ejected for wearing stud earrings in chamber

  • The makeup was fuller, with red lips, beautifully arched brows, orange-red lips, and well-lined eyes.

    Best in Beauty

  • The look of this era was all about melancholy eyes and well-lined lips.

    Best in Beauty

  • If you want a more dramatic winter look, fair skin looks really good with well-lined red lips, darker skin with well-lined deep brown or deeper cool reds.

    Best in Beauty

  • The demon witch glanced back at her, her smile revealing a flash of white teeth, a stark contrast to the coppery, well-lined skin of her face.

    My Soul to Keep

  • Plainly a gang of footpads had marked down the casino patrons as well-lined targets, and were making a lightning sweep of the grounds.


  • The road, which was well-lined with temples and smaller buildings, was crowded into the city, with bullock-carts churning up the dust, camels, palankeens, and hordes of travellers both mounted and on foot.


  • However, it should not have stopped Labour politicians attending and paying out of their own well-lined pockets.

    Labour: no presence at the Eisteddfod

  • His craggy face was well-lined with age, curly hair streaked with gray.


  • To pad his well-lined pockets even more, Frist recently ordered what was supposed to be a “blind trust” to sell a large portion of his family’s HCA stock right before bad news was released that depressed the price of the stock.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: September 9, 2006 — Path to 911 Edition


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