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well-born

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-bornˌwell-ˈborn adjective formal  CLASS IN SOCIETYborn into a very rich or important family
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well-bornIn well-born family and friends, Taylor had a credential worth more than any college degree.And while she's on the job, she'd better look round for a well-born filly for Timothy to marry.I've got a cranky female cousin, rich as Croesus, and well-born to boot.
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