Noun(1) people who have possessions and wealth (considered as a group
Adjective(1) possessing material wealth(2) having an abundant supply of desirable qualities or substances (especially natural resources(3) of great worth or quality(4) marked by great fruitfulness(5) strong; intense(6) very productive(7) high in mineral content; having a high proportion of fuel to air(8) suggestive of or characterized by great expense(9) containing plenty of fat, or eggs, or sugar(10) marked by richness and fullness of flavor(11) pleasantly full and mellow(12) affording an abundant supply
(1) My friend really loved it, though it was a little too rich for my tastes.(2) It's a bit rich of Gerry Adams and Sinn FÔö£┬«in to be lecturing the rest of us now about the need to make neutrality part of the Irish Constitution.(3) Here is a woman who has lived a rich and full life, but who has not given up her creativity.(4) Sage opened the door to see a fancy room with a fair sized bed, everything in the room looked rich and expensive as well.(5) Whether City will go back down to the First Division is a rich source of debate but what is not in doubt is that the poor relations of Manchester are scoring plenty of goals.(6) The sauce was rich and delicately spiced, with a hint of turmeric and a sprinkling of fresh coriander.(7) Crimes of the Heart is no different, full of the rich detail for which Beresford's Southern films are renowned.(8) No, the advantages of taking cocoa can be attained by eating a diet rich in fruit and vegetables.(9) Pasteur sterilized two containers, both of which contained a broth rich in nutrients.(10) He recognizes our region as rich in natural resources, and felt a calling to defend them.(11) The cooling-off period to which you refer is for your benefit, not the financial services company and it is a bit rich for Tesco to use it as a way to get you to withdraw your application.(12) Why Fleet Street decided that the Celtic Tiger economy was such a potentially rich seam to mine in the first place remains something of a mystery.(13) We are mostly middle class blue collar people who mostly live rich full lives with unlimited interests.(14) Most of the money went to the structural funds which are spent on declining regions in rich countries as well as poor areas in poor countries.(15) In 1570, the Spanish decreed that the natives would be forced to work in the rich silver mines on the altiplano.(16) Kurdish leaders believe they need the oil fields and the rich agricultural land nearby to keep the region economically independent.
1. wealthy ::
2. sumptuous ::
3. abounding in ::
ua tumu i
4. plentiful ::
5. fertile ::
6. creamy ::
7. full-bodied ::
8. strong ::
9. sonorous ::
10. robust ::
11. deep ::
12. productive ::
13. ample ::
14. rich people ::
1. destitute ::
2. impecunious ::
3. indigent ::
4. penniless ::
leai sana tupe
5. penurious ::
6. poor ::
7. poverty-stricken ::
Different Formsrich, richard, richards, richer, richest, richly, richness
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Then I rubbed all the wood with tung oil
so it was RICH and dark.
Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 9
You've spent a lot of time studying
the way RICH people walk?
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 1
His diet is RICH in fatty deli meats.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 9
Blueberries are RICH in antioxidants.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 4
- Your daughter...
- Is RICH,
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 6
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