Adjective: rich (richer,richest) rich
Noun: rich rich
- Possessing material wealth
"her father is extremely rich"; "many fond hopes are pinned on rich uncles"
- Having an abundant supply of desirable qualities or substances (especially natural resources)
"blessed with a land rich in minerals"; "rich in ideas"; "rich with cultural interest"
- Of great worth or quality
"a rich collection of antiques"
- (of land or soil) capable of growing abundant crops or plants
- fat, fertile, productive
- Strong; intense
"a rich red";
- Very productive
"rich seams of coal"
- (chemistry) high in mineral content; having a high proportion of fuel to air
"a rich vein of copper"; "a rich gas mixture"
- Suggestive of or characterized by great expense
"a rich display"
- Containing plenty of fat, or eggs, or sugar
"rich desserts"; "they kept gorging on rich foods"
- Marked by richness and fullness of flavour
"a rich ruby port";
- full-bodied, racy, robust
- Pleasantly full and mellow
"a rich tenor voice"
- Affording an abundant supply
"a rich supply";
- ample, copious, plenteous, plentiful
- People who have possessions and wealth (considered as a group)
"only the very rich benefit from this legislation";
- rich people
Derived forms: richer, richest, riches
See also: abundant, affluent, colorful [US], colourful [Brit, Cdn], comfortable, deluxe, easy, financial condition, flush, fruitful, full, gilded, grand, lavish, loaded, lucullan, lush, luxurious, luxury, moneyed, opulent, plush, plushy, princely, privileged, productive, prosperous, sumptuous, tasty, unwholesome, valuable, wealthy, well-fixed, well-heeled, well-off, well-situated, well-to-do
Type of: people
Antonym: lean, poor
Encyclopedia: Rich, Morocco