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opulence

(noun) Wealth as evidenced by sumptuous living.

Synonyms: luxuriousness, sumptuousness

Usage: The estate had formerly belonged to a gentleman of opulence and taste, who had bestowed some considerable attention to the adornment of his grounds.
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opulence
Definition: (noun) Wealth as evidenced by sumptuous living.
Synonyms: luxuriousness, sumptuousness
Usage: The estate had formerly belonged to a gentleman of opulence and taste, who had bestowed some considerable attention to the adornment of his grounds.
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Opulence

Great wealth or luxuriousness.
"Rooms of spectacular opulence"


Synonyms :

luxuriousness
sumptuousness
lavishness
richness
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Latin
Etymology
From Proto-Indo-European *h₃ep-(i)-, *h₃op-(i)- (“force, ability”), from *h₃ep- base, whence also Sanskrit अप्नस् (ápnas, “property, possession”) and possibly Ancient Greek ὄμπνη (ómpnē, “food”). Related to omnis, optimus and opus.

Noun
ops f (genitive opis); third declension

(in the singular) strength, power, assistance, power to help, property
(in the plural) resources, wealth

Usage notes Edit
The nominative singular *ops is not attested, the dative singular opī is uncommon and the ablative singular is once opī (in Varro's De lingua latina) according to dictionaries (see the References below).





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Latin
Suffix
-ulentus (feminine -ulenta, neuter -ulentum); first/second-declension suffix

adjective-forming suffix meaning abounding in, full of
Usage notes
Forms adjectives primarily from noun stems.
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...(T)he fairest traders owe their prosperity and opulence to perseverance in maintaining their credit at particular periods, when, by some emergency, they may have become actually insolvent.
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opulence
Definition: (noun) Wealth as evidenced by sumptuous living.
Synonyms: luxuriousness, sumptuousness
Usage: The estate had formerly belonged to a gentleman of opulence and taste, who had bestowed some considerable attention to the adornment of his grounds.
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