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  1. better-offadjective

    Antonyms:
    worse-off

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  1. Emeasoba George:

    What it takes to be a giver/philantropist is just a heart of gold. Yes of course, anyone who bears a heart of gold within him/her is bound to be generous/philantropic. Do you have a heart of gold or not? If Yes, do you have anything to show for it? If No, then you've got to acquire it (a heart of gold). Because, it pays to be generous/philantropic. Besides, no one has ever become poor just because of giving. And so, bet me you yourself can't become poor by the reason of giving generously to someone else/others i.e. anyone/those who you are better off.

  2. Allen Adamson:

    Corporate leaders are better off having a very clear, principled view that customers can either agree or disagree with rather than having ambiguity and lack of clarity as to what the company stands for.

  3. Robert Mattes:

    Where governments do relatively simple things like invest in secondary and tertiary education, build good roads, and other development infrastructure like sewage systems and electricity grids, people are substantially better off.

  4. Loren Cordain:

    He would be better off replacing the high-salt bacon with a grass-produced pork chop.

  5. Paul Stanley:

    There is no new song in the sense that we sat down and wrote a new KISS tune, that's been overstated quite honestly. We'd be better off describing it as an Easter egg. It's not Easter and it's not an egg, but at the same time, it's something that if you stay until the end, you will enjoy something unexpected.

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