• Noun: people who have possessions and wealth (considered as a group); example: "only the very rich benefit from this legislation"
• Adj: possessing material wealth; examples: "her father is extremely rich", "many fond hopes are pinned on rich uncles"
• Adj: having an abundant supply of desirable qualities or substances (especially natural resources); examples: "blessed with a land rich in minerals", "rich in ideas", "rich with cultural interest"
• Adj: of great worth or quality; example: "a rich collection of antiques"
• Adj: marked by great fruitfulness; examples: "fertile farmland", "a fat land", "a productive vineyard", "rich soil"
• Adj: high in mineral content; having a high proportion of fuel to air; example: "a rich vein of copper", "a rich gas mixture"
• Adj: suggestive of or characterized by great expense; example: "a rich display"
• Adj: strong; intense; examples: "deep purple", "a rich red"
• Adj: very productive; example: "rich seams of coal"
• Adj: containing plenty of fat, or eggs, or sugar; examples: "rich desserts", "they kept gorging on rich foods"
• Adj: marked by richness and fullness of flavor; examples: "a rich ruby port", "full-bodied wines", "a robust claret", "the robust flavor of fresh-brewed coffee"
• Adj: pleasantly full and mellow; example: "a rich tenor voice"
• Adj: affording an abundant supply; examples: "had ample food for the party", "copious provisions", "food is plentiful", "a plenteous grape harvest", "a rich supply"
I always want to say to people who want to be rich and famous: 'try being rich first'. See if that doesn't cover most of it. There's not much downside to being rich, other than paying taxes and having your relatives ask you for money. But when you become famous, you end up with a 24-hour job.
Mankind is divided into rich and poor, into property owners and exploited; and to abstract oneself from this fundamental division; and from the antagonism between poor and rich means abstracting oneself from fundamental facts.