Synonyms for Rich:


abundant, well-supplied (adjective)
ample, chic, classy, copious, costly, deluxe, elaborate, elegant, embellished, expensive, extravagant, fancy, fertile, fruitful, full, gorgeous, grand, high-class, lavish, lush, luxurious, magnificent, ornate, palatial, plenteous, plentiful, posh, precious, priceless, productive, resplendent, ritzy, smart, snazzy, splendid, stylish, sumptuous, superb, swank, swanky, swell, valuable.
all (adjective)
bright (adjective)
colorful (adjective)
brilliant, chromatic, colored, colorful, dyed, garish, gaudy, hued, inky, intense, lurid, painted, shaded, spectral, stained, tinted, vivid, High-colored, bright-hued, full-colored, rainbow-like, florid.
elegant (adjective)
posh, ritzy.
expensive (adjective)
costly, dear, exorbitant, expensive, extravagant, high-priced, invaluable, outrageous, overboard, overpriced, premium, priceless, uneconomical, unreasonable, Oversold, inflated, pricey.
flavorful (adjective)
delicious, full-bodied, heavy, luscious, oily, satisfying, savory, succulent, sweet.
full in color or sound (adjective)
bright, deep, eloquent, intense, mellifluous, mellow, sonorous, strong, vibrant, vivid.
generous (adjective)
having a lot of money (adjective)
affluent, bloated, comfortable, easy, fat, flush, gilded, loaded, moneyed, opulent, plush, prosperous, wealthy, well-heeled, well-off, well-to-do.
ornately spoken or written (adjective)
baroque, bloated, bombastic, elaborate, eloquent, embellished, fancy, flamboyant, florid, flowery, gilded, grandiloquent, high-sounding, highfalutin, inflated, lofty, ornate, ponderous, rhetorical, rococo, showy, splashy, voluble, opulent.
plush (adjective)
prosperous (adjective)
affluent, luxurious, moneyed, opulent, plentiful, prosperous, thriving, wealthy, well-off, well-situated, well-to-do.
resonant (adjective)
successful (adjective)
very funny (adjective)
absurd, amusing, comical, diverting, droll, entertaining, farcical, foolish, hilarious, humorous, incongruous, ludicrous, odd, preposterous, ridiculous, strange.
wealthy (adjective)
fortunate, profitable, prosperity, affluent, opulent, prosperous, wealthy.
well-heeled (adjective)


exclusive, high-class, poor, poverty-stricken, pricey, select. bulging, busy, congested, cramped, crowded, delicious, dense, filling, heavy, jammed, light, luscious, oily, packed, piquant, plain, satisfying, savory, succulent, sweet. billionaire, brahmin, burgher, dowager, harmonious, loud, mellow, millionaire, sonorous, brat pack, the glitterati, the haves, the jet set. bright, buttery, calorific, chewy, chilled, cool, cream, crisp, crispy, strong, vibrant, caramelized. antique, gilt-edged, irreplaceable, treasured, Prized, like gold dust. compost, feed, fertilise, fertiliser, fertility, fertilization, fertilize, palatial, desertification. drive, engine, flooded, foul, horsepower, liter, throttle, turbine, Two-cycle. ingestion, lilting, mellifluous, melodic, melodious, musical, soft, tuneful. colors. hilarious, laughter, sidesplitting. fertile (noun)
bearing, breeding, prodigal, sterile, unfruitful, yielding.
interesting (noun)
alive, exciting, fascinating, gripping, interesting, intriguing, newsworthy, original, spellbinding, thought-provoking.
laughable (noun)
absurd, amusing, comical, diverting, droll, entertaining, farcical, foolish, funny, humorous, incongruous, ludicrous, odd, preposterous, ridiculous, strange.
rich (noun)
abundant, affluent, ample, colorful, colourful, combustible, comfortable, copious, deep, deluxe, easy, fancy, fat, fertile, flush, fruitful, full, full-bodied, gilded, lavish, loaded, lucullan, lush, luxurious, moneyed, opulent, plenteous, plentiful, plush, plushy, princely, productive, prosperous, robust, sumptuous, tasteful, valuable, wealthy, well-fixed, well-heeled, well-off, well-situated, well-to-do, comfortably off, in the lap of luxury, in funds.
sumptuous (noun)
cheap, chic, classy, elegant, gorgeous, grand, high-toned, magnificent, plain, posh, precious, resplendent, ritzy, sharp, smart, snazzy, splendid, stylish, superb, swank, swanky, swell, Tony.


producing (verb)

Other synonyms:

delicious, elegant, funny, horsepower, irreplaceable, lilting, mellifluous, melodious, oily, savory, sonorous, sweet, treasured, tuneful, turbine, Two-cycle, Prized. fertility, flooded, flush, hilarious, light, liter, melodic, palatial, poverty-stricken, sidesplitting, sterile, unfruitful. engine, fertilize, gilt-edged, musical. alive, precious, throttle. heavy, mellow. foul. drive. rich
comfortably off.
grand, sumptuous.
Other relevant words:
absurd, abundant, affluent, ample, amusing, bright, busy, buttery, chic, classy, colourful, combustible, comfortable, comical, copious, deep, delicious, deluxe, diverting, drive, droll, easy, elegant, engine, entertaining, exciting, farcical, fat, fertile, fertility, filling, flooded, flush, foolish, fruitful, full, full-bodied, funny, gorgeous, grand, harmonious, heavy, high-class, hilarious, humorous, incongruous, interesting, irreplaceable, lavish, light, liter, loaded, loud, lucullan, ludicrous, luscious, lush, magnificent, mellifluous, mellow, melodic, melodious, millionaire, musical, odd, oily, palatial, piquant, plenteous, plush, plushy, poor, posh, precious, preposterous, pricey, princely, prodigal, productive, resplendent, ridiculous, ritzy, robust, satisfying, savory, sidesplitting, smart, snazzy, soft, sonorous, splendid, strange, strong, stylish, succulent, sumptuous, superb, swank, swanky, sweet, swell, tasteful, thought-provoking, treasured, tuneful, turbine, valuable, vibrant, well-fixed, well-heeled, yielding, Two-cycle, Prized, in funds.

Usage examples for rich

  1. Oh, I think it would be most delightful to be rich – Renée Mauperin by Edmond de Goncourt and Jules de Goncourt
  2. I might have been a rich man, if I had taken with me what I might only have picked up and broken off. – Henry of Ofterdingen: A Romance. by Friedrich von Hardenberg
  3. And why is one rich and the other poor? – His Second Wife by Ernest Poole