MEANING: adjective: Having plenty of money.

ETYMOLOGY: Alluding to a person who can easily afford to replace shoes often. Earliest documented use: 1871. The opposite is down-at-the-heel.

WELL-HEEDED - paid attention when told "the first priority is a good water supply"

WELL-WHEELED - having enclosures for its wheels

WE'LL-SEE-LED - the CEO has a make-it-up-as-we-go-along attitude