cashed-up
 adj.Gloss: Having a lot of money. «Another speaker at the summit, futurist Ross Honeywill, points out that boomers or the “cashed-up and cranky,” as he calls them are active and immediate holiday-takers, with half of them intending to holiday before October.» —“Visitor boom at water-filled Lake Eyre” by Katrina Lobley WAToday (Perth, Australia) May 30, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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