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Rich

rich

adjective

owning a lot of money, property, or valuable possessions

wealthy

adjective

a wealthy person, organization, or country is one that has a large amount of money, land, and other valuable things

prosperous

adjective

rich and successful

affluent

adjective

rich enough to buy things for pleasure

well-to-do

adjective

rich and belonging to an upper class family

comfortably off

adjective

rich enough to pay for everything you need

well-off

adjective

rich, or having enough money to live well

comfortable

adjective

rich enough to pay for everything you need

in funds

if someone is in funds, they have a lot of money

in the lap of luxury

in very comfortable and expensive conditions

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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