Synonyms for Wealth:

n.

mint, pelf, means, luxury, revenue, competence, hoard, substance, big bucks, windfall, Payout, megabucks, cache, big money. rich, the streets are paved with gold, owned, purchasing power. mean, resource. acquisition (noun)
inheritance, profit, income, proceeds.
advantage (noun)
power, asset, Resources.
a great deal (noun)
mountain, much, mass, lot, pack, big, heap, peck, power, pile, world, profusion, barrel, sight.
asset(s) (noun)
bankroll.
capital (noun)
principal, money, wherewithal, ways and means, stock.
collateral (noun)
bond.
dough (noun)
coinage, change, greenback, loot, currency.
possession (noun)
kingdom, property, effects, acquisition, worth, land, realm, possession, empire, holding, territory.
property (noun)
farm, goods, legacy, fixtures, inheritance, manor, realty, ranch, chattel, ground, Resources, principal, title, real estate, domain, belongings.
prosperity (noun)
luxuriousness, wealthiness, abundance, affluence, richness, well-being, prosperity, plentifulness, opulence, sufficiency.
state (noun)
wealthiness.

Other synonyms:

big bucks, big money, megabucks, hoard, revenue, Payout. windfall, purchasing power. mint. resource. mean. a great deal
mountain, power, heap, barrel, world, much, profusion, pack, lot, mass, sight.
hoard
cache.
profit
pelf.
Other relevant words:
rich, blizzard, mean, bombardment, competence, pile, mountain, deluge, barrel, lot, avalanche, resource, much, complex, substance, means, pack, pelf, luxury, revenue, sight, windfall, bonanza, heap, cascade, world, concentration, owned, Payout, mass, megabucks, hoard, profusion, cache, power, big, peck, mint.

Usage examples for wealth

  1. " Nevertheless when all is said and done, books are not for the person of wealth alone. – Paul and the Printing Press by Sara Ware Bassett
  2. One of them had wealth the other had a superabundance of men: the one country could help the other. – A History of England Principally in the Seventeenth Century, Volume I (of 6) by Leopold von Ranke
  3. Wealth and power, of course, are big words in the language of any man. – The Prairie Mother by Arthur Stringer