well-connected

ADJECTIVE
  1. connected by blood or close acquaintance with people of wealth or social position
    a well-connected Edinburgh family
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How To Use well-connected In A Sentence

  • Skeptics say the genial chief executive is just a well-connected corporate diplomat, a schmoozy pol in pinstripes.
  • We want a dynamic, well-organised, well-connected international movement against imperialist globalisation.
  • As I said, the big thing people forget about Nigella is that she's a big famous glamorous TV star from a very well-connected, rich and high-profile family - I sincerely doubt that a Nigella lookalike whose dad was a postman and who worked in a shop would come within light years of landing a Saatchi and Saatchi postboy. Fat Is A Fantasist Issue
  • The well-connected Micronesian island group of Yap had 43 tools, with a mean of five techno-units per tool, while the remote Santa Cruz group in the Solomon Islands, despite having almost as large a population, had just 24 tools and four techno-units. Why Some Islanders Build Better Crab Traps
  • Well-connected representations let you turn ideas around in your mind, to envision things from many perspectives until you find one that works for you.
  • It undermined the well-connected Lady Jane Franklin in her obsessive quest to glorify Sir John as discoverer of the Northwest Passage.
  • Just how rich and well-connected do you have to be to eat at a reasonable time? Times, Sunday Times
  • Think about how you can leverage your technological, well-connected selves to bring new skills to the marketplace.
  • Pupils are likely to make some well-connected friends. Times, Sunday Times
  • For what else could so many well-connected old buffers do if not manoeuvre themselves into and around the Senate?
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