Antonyms for beggary

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Very little, if any, beggary meets the eye, either in town or country.

Lucky in everything, and most of all in coming to wealth from beggary!

So must we all, each in his job, if life isn't to turn to beggary.

Will you save your brother from the scaffold, and yourself from beggary and ruin?

"I don't wonder that we have come to beggary," said she, passionately.

There were the Four Corners, and his seat in the Board, and then—beggary.

No better field for beggary in all Manhattan's bounteous acreage.

Fragonard, who had been the darling of his age, died in neglect and beggary.

With all its wisdom, will it not be reduced to beggary and starvation?

But that was no distinction in Yuchovitch; the whole village was poor almost to beggary.

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