Definition of prosperous-looking in English:


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Having the appearance of wealth: a prosperous-looking gentleman
More example sentences
  • Across the street, at the southwest corner of Spring and Temple, is the prosperous-looking International Savings and Exchange Bank Building.
  • The prosperous-looking outgoing editor cleared his throat and spoke with feeling about the newspaper whose control he was relinquishing after 16 years.
  • When the first watches appeared, children would stand on the street corner, waiting to ask any prosperous-looking passer-by if he could tell them the time.

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