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Synonyms of 'prosperous'

(adjective) 
Definition
wealthy and successful
the youngest son of a prosperous family
Synonyms
wealthy
a wealthy international businessman
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rich
You're going to be a very rich man.
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affluent
The homes would be affordable only to more affluent people.
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well-off
My family was quite well-off.
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in the money (informal)
If you are lucky, you could be in the money.
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opulent
the spoilt child of an opulent father
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well-heeled (informal)
The price tag is out of reach of all but the most well-heeled.
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well-to-do
two well-educated girls from well-to-do homes
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moneyed
Fear of crime among the new monied classes is rising rapidly.
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in clover (informal)
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minted (British, slang)
Opposites
(adjective) 
Definition
wealthy and successful
She has developed a prosperous business.
Synonyms
successful
One of the keys to successful business is careful planning.
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booming
It has a booming tourist industry.
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thriving
He now owns a thriving antique business.
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flourishing
London quickly became a flourishing port.
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doing well
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prospering
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on a roll
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on the up and up (British)
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palmy
These are palmy days for the music industry.
Opposites
(adjective) 
Synonyms
favourable
favourable weather conditions
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timely
These outbreaks are a timely reminder that the disease persists.
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good
Biotechnology should be good news for developing countries.
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promising
a new and promising stage in the negotiations
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bright
Both had successful careers and the future looked bright.
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profitable
a profitable exchange of ideas
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advantageous
She was determined to prise what she could from an advantageous situation.
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auspicious
His career had an auspicious start.
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propitious
the most propitious moment to launch the campaign

Additional synonyms

in the sense of advantageous
She was determined to prise what she could from an advantageous situation.
in the sense of affluent
Definition
having plenty of money
The homes would be affordable only to more affluent people.
Synonyms
loaded (slang),
well-heeled (informal),
minted (British, slang)
in the sense of auspicious
Definition
showing the signs of future success
His career had an auspicious start.

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