silver spoon

NOUN
  1. the inherited wealth of established upper-class families
    he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth
    she is the daughter of old money from Massachusetts
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How To Use silver spoon In A Sentence

  • Rank amateurs from the right side of the tracks - armed with nothing more than double-barrelled names and a full set of silver spoons.
  • Sure, she had been born with a silver spoon in her mouth, but she didn't brag about it or flaunt her money.
  • he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth
  • There foundation relatively is quite originally weak , resembles silver spoon to be the same.
  • Does she buy into the idea that those born with a silver spoon are morally bankrupt? Times, Sunday Times
  • It is easy to say you get a silver spoon at an academy. Times, Sunday Times
  • He took the dish off the plate and began pouring it generously into the dark liquid, stirring the spirals into the tea with a small silver spoon.
  • You had it all, boys,[Sentence dictionary] the big silver spoon most people can only dream about.
  • A swarm in May is worth a load of hay; a swarm in June is worth a silver spoon; but a swarm in July is not worth a fly. 
  • As to the tory trolls ... the silver spoon in the gob is a bit off putting, as is the likes of Dale saying Timpson is "a successful man" whereas in fact his only real success is being born into a rich family. Timpson Towers: Not Wet Paper Bag in the Road
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