Antonyms for rich:
unsavory, insufficient, stingy, sparing, needy, weak, light, distasteful, lacking, poor, barren, colorless, niggardly, unappetizing, impoverished, tasteless, dull, destitute, lean, deficient, wanting, wholesome, low, pale, inadequate.
Synonyms for rich:
fruitfulness, penuriousness, dispossession, fecundate, brimful, divestiture, plenitudinous, geld, Prolificness, burgeon, sterilization, awash, listenable, pennilessness, brimming, horsepower, elegant, fragrant, turbine, pullulate, childless, Prized, dulcet, lilting, delicious, Two-cycle, have-not, scarecrow, beautiful, easy street, oily, affluence, tidy sum, unsex, uncreative, sonorous, necessitous, beggary, down-and-outer, deprival, uninventive, two-stroke, mendicancy, sweet, spay, scented, Proliferous, melodious, savory, impoverishment, landed, tuneful, unoriginal, ragtag and bobtail, prolificacy, funny, plenteousness, impecuniousness, wasteland, voluptuous, pretty penny, perfumed, irreplaceable, Neediness, effloresce, prosperousness, rank, tatterdemalion, Mendicity, lumpenproletariat, productiveness, mellifluous, treasured, Impecuniosity, disadvantaged.
collectible, impoverish, yield, bundle, penurious, loser, fertilize, rife, wealth, gilt-edged, abundance, bristle, long, poverty, uninspired, sterilize, engine, treasure, musical, wretch, exhaust, plenty, recession, mint.
abundant, well-supplied (adjective)
deluxe, ritzy, plentiful, copious, embellished, precious, exuberant, luxurious, elegant, fecund, expensive, priceless, ample, lavish, fancy, full, posh, palatial, sumptuous, costly, fertile, valuable, swanky, plenteous, ornate, abounding, prolific, grand, fruitful, extravagant, fine, elaborate, lush, productive.
colorful, rainbow-like, colored, dyed, garish, High-colored, gaudy, lurid, shaded, brilliant, stained, florid, bright-hued, painted, intense, vivid, spectral, hued, chromatic, full-colored, tinted, inky.
full in color or sound (adjective)
having a lot of money (adjective)
ornately spoken or written (adjective)
elaborate, florid, opulent, bombastic, highfalutin, gilded, fancy, ponderous, splashy, flamboyant, baroque, bloated, flowery, lofty, showy, rhetorical, eloquent, rococo, high-sounding, voluble, embellished, inflated, ornate, grandiloquent.
very funny (adjective)
Sense 3 (noun)
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Sense 10 (noun)
combustible, deluxe, fruitful, fancy, colourful, tasteful, deep, lucullan, copious, fertile, comfortably off, comfortable, full, well-off, productive, lavish, plushy, loaded, princely, well-heeled, affluent, lush, luxurious, moneyed, sumptuous, opulent, abundant, fat, colorful, robust, plentiful, well-situated, gilded, easy, well-to-do, full-bodied, flush, ample, wealthy, well-fixed, plush, prosperous, valuable, plenteous.
wealthy people or institutions (noun)
Usage examples for rich:
- Some work and some play, some are rich and some are poor. - "The Man Who Rose Again", Joseph Hocking.
- Look here, Andrew, if you're on the side of the rich, why don't you say so? - "The Portion of Labor", Mary E. Wilkins Freeman.
- Why didn't you tell me you was a rich lady? - "The Trade Union Woman", Alice Henry.