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The start of a new year means the end of copyright protection for a variety of books, songs and movies—and a bonanza of free titles for pop-culture fans.

From Fortune

If you’re disappointed, well, get in line behind the leaders of theaters coast to coast, for whom “A Christmas Carol” is often a box-office bonanza — the holiday triumph that helps fill coffers for the rest of a season.

The pandemic has been a bonanza for cargo airlines as passenger carriers have cut schedules, grounding planes that normally carry about half county’s airfreight.

The house-hunting bonanza that gripped many Americans along with the resilience of the real estate market has been one of the biggest surprises of 2020.

From Fortune

Despite industry-boosting mortgage rates and a sales bonanza in certain suburban markets, the industry has recovered slowly.

From Quartz

They converted what should have been a long-overdue moral reckoning into a shallow and hysterical ratings bonanza.

It is a wildlife bonanza, and yet even the most brilliantly colored species somehow make themselves invisible.

The disappearance of MA Flight 370 has proved a ratings bonanza, particularly for CNN.

The protests are also a bonanza for the European Union, which has been suffering from a spate of bad PR recently.

Unfortunately for Venezuela, the old petro-state was overwhelmed by the oil bonanza of the 1970s.

The richest bonanza that the "mother lode" ever yielded he struck.

Do not rashly abandon your career on the railway on the off-chance of a vocal Bonanza.

Go ask it of the fishers of San Lucar and the pirates of Bonanza, where the tale has been told for generations.

He is a perfectly stunning literary bonanza, and must be dug up and put on the market.

Bonanza and Eldorado Kings, with money to burn, were leaving for the Outside because they could buy no grub.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bonanza, such as: cash cow, treasure trove, and gold mine.

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