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synonyms for richer

  • affluent
  • easy
  • fat
  • prosperous
  • wealthy
  • well-heeled
  • well-off
  • well-to-do
  • flush
  • independent
  • plush
  • swimming
  • uptown
  • bloated
  • comfortable
  • filthy rich
  • gilded
  • in clover
  • in the money
  • loaded
  • made of money
  • moneyed
  • opulent
  • propertied
  • rolling in it
  • upscale
  • well provided for
  • worth a million
  • entertaining
  • strange
  • odd
  • absurd
  • queer
  • amusing
  • comical
  • droll
  • farcical
  • foolish
  • hilarious
  • humorous
  • incongruous
  • laughable
  • ludicrous
  • preposterous
  • ridiculous
  • risible
  • diverting
  • side-splitting
  • splitting
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antonyms for richer

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  • destitute
  • failing
  • impoverished
  • lacking
  • needy
  • poor
  • unsuccessful
  • wanting
  • bland
  • depleted
  • low
  • serious
  • tasteless
  • weak
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How to use richer in a sentence

There is a deeper, richer soil, with far less stone on the level low lands.
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There is quite a little knack in letting the hand fall so, but when you have once got it, the chord sounds much richer and fuller.
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Magellan learned from these people that he was near still richer and larger islands.
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He isn't half as nice as Jim Barlow, for all he's so much better looking and richer.
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She was sent to me and I shall keep her, even if John did once say that a richer woman could do more for her than we can.
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His musical idiom was growing richer, and music had become to him what poetry had been at Votinsk.
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It was miserable economy indeed to grudge a reward of a few thousands to one who had made the State richer by millions.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
It is impossible to conceive any thing richer than the vegetation down to the very water's edge around the lake.
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If incidents of this kind had happened more frequently England would no doubt be richer in historic buildings.
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Godolphin was there, looking after his horses and his bets, and probably went away a richer man than he came.
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