wealthy

[wel-thee]
adjective, wealthier, wealthiest.
1.
having great wealth; rich; affluent: a wealthy person; a wealthy nation.
2.
characterized by, pertaining to, or suggestive of wealth: a wealthy appearance.
3.
rich in character, quality, or amount; abundant or ample: a novel that is wealthy in its psychological insights.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English; see wealth, -y1

wealthily, adverb
wealthiness, noun
overwealthy, adjective
quasi-wealthy, adjective
subwealthy, adjective
superwealthy, adjective
unwealthy, adjective


1. prosperous, well-to-do, moneyed. See rich. 3. copious.


1. poor. 3. scanty.
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Wealthy

[wel-thee]
noun
a variety of red apple, grown in the U.S., ripening in early autumn.

Origin:
origin uncertain

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wealthy (ˈwɛlθɪ)
 
adj , wealthier, wealthiest
1.  possessing wealth; affluent; rich
2.  of, characterized by, or relating to wealth
3.  abounding: wealthy in friends
 
'wealthily
 
adv
 
'wealthiness
 
n

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Up near the door are the rich families, wealthy enough to afford
  state-of-the-art padded armor and expandable batons.
Wait until people figure out how the ultra wealthy have been using the low
  stock prices to pump money out of the economy.
Most priests were employees of wealthy farmers, who were interested in writing
  both for practical purposes and for entertainment.
Its builders were wealthy colonists who wanted the house to reflect their
  status.
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