Having a great deal of money, resources, or assets; rich
the wealthy nations of the world
the burden of taxation on the wealthy
affluent: having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value; "an affluent banker"; "a speculator flush with cash"; "not merely rich but loaded"; "moneyed aristocrats"; "wealthy corporations"
(wealth) the quality of profuse abundance; "she has a wealth of talent"
(wealth) an abundance of material possessions and resources
(wealth) property that has economic utility: a monetary value or an exchange value
(wealthily) with riches
(wealthiness) wealth: the state of being rich and affluent; having a plentiful supply of material goods and money; "great wealth is not a sign of great intelligence"
Rich people; A rich person; Possessing financial wealth; rich; Abundant in quality or quantity; profuse
(wealth) Weal; welfare; prosperity; good; well-being; happiness; joy; Riches; valuable material possessions; A great amount; an abundance or plenty; Power, of the kind associated with a great deal of money
(Wealth) To dream that you are possessed of much wealth, foretells that you will energetically nerve yourself to meet the problems of life with that force which compels success. To see others wealthy, foretells that you will have friends who will come to your rescue in perilous times. ...
(Wealth) Describes all economic assets owned by an individual.
(Wealth) The total market value of a portfolio at any given time.
(The Wealth) Cultural Profit. That enormous body of money, generated by all human activity, to which the People (and not the Fat Cats) have an essential claim. ...
(WEALTH) "The notion of kingdom...is that your life is potentially wealthy and basically good. ...the real meaning of wealth is knowing how to create a gold like situation in your life. ...you may only have twenty dollars in your bank account, but you can still manifest richness in your world. . ...
(WEALTH) A commodity which, according the rich, doesn't bring happiness though according to the poor, it brings something quite closely resembling it.
(WEALTH) Organized capacity of society to apply generalized principles toward present and future life support. (Buckminster Fuller)
(WEalth) Your true value is in what you share—when you nurture a WE, not ME (which is “we” turned upside down)
(Wealth) (1) any income that is at least one hundred dollars more a year than the income of one's wife's sister's husband. (2) difficult to dignify. /
(Wealth) A cunning device of Fate whereby men are made captive, and burdened with responsibilities from which only Death can file their fetters.
(Wealth) Accumulated assets; positive net worth.
(Wealth) All a person's material assets, including income, land, and other types of property; the basis of economic status.
(Wealth) All material things produced by labor for the satisfaction of human desires and having exchange value.
(Wealth) Group of goods and debts quantifiable in money.
(Wealth) In school finance, the wealth of a district is measured in taxable property value per student in weighted average daily attendance (WADA).
(Wealth) James taught Christians not to compromise with worldly attitudes about wealth. Because the glory of wealth fades, Christians should store up God's treasures through sincere service. Christians must not show partiality to the wealthy, nor be prejudiced against the poor. ...
(Wealth) One of the eight life areas of the Ba-Gua. It is located in the back left hand corner of the house. The Wealth area represents your money and prosperity.