Entry from British & World English dictionary
Having a wealthy or privileged background: she was a baronet’s granddaughter and had a silver-spoon upbringing
More example sentences
- Mr Alexander denies any suggestion that he is a silver-spoon politician.
- Golfers need to relate to real people and not act like silver-spoon snobs.
- On a daily basis, I'll hear this guy messing around outside with his baritone silver-spoon lisp, usually entertaining some of his other friends.
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