richness


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Synonyms for richness

Synonyms for richness

abundant wealth

the property of a sensation that is rich and pleasing

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the quality of having high intrinsic value

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the property of producing abundantly and sustaining vigorous and luxuriant growth

a strong deep vividness of hue

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Could it be Beatrice's breath which thus embalmed her words with a strange richness, as if by steeping them in her heart?
He had an immense belief in the richness of the country set out in the concession; he knew probably more about it than Trent himself.
he remarked, and his tone sounded all the colder after the full richness of her young voice.
She is broad and square, round-legged, broad-hipped, with generous breasts of richness.
It was little wonder that the richness and ornament, not only of church and of stall, but of every private house as well, should have impressed itself upon the young squires.
All the innate richness and color and charm of her nature seemed to have broken loose and overflowed in crimson cheek and glowing eye and grace of motion.
The virtues of the Classical are exquisiteness and incisive significance; of the Romantic, richness and splendor.
The august and mellow University, soaked with the richness of the western counties that it has served for a thousand years, appealed at once to the boy's taste: it was the kind of thing he could understand, and he understood it all the better because it was empty.
A fever seemed to be growing in him, nor did the increasing richness of the test-pans allay this fever.
Though the dipping gold-trace increased the man's work, he found consolation in the increasing richness of the pans.
It was a monotonous land, with an unvarying richness of soil and with only one landmark--Mt.
But Lady Wetherby, seated at the piano, still touched the keys softly, and the sound increased the richness of the mixture which choked Dudley Pickering's spiritual carburettor.
These opinions being equally incontrovertible with those he had already pronounced, he went on to inform us that Jamaica rum, though unquestionably an agreeable spirit of great richness and flavour, had the drawback of remaining constantly present to the taste next day; and nobody being venturous enough to argue this point either, he increased in confidence and became yet more companionable and communicative.
Habitat heterogeneity is deemed an important factor in creating high levels of bird species richness (e.
Its idiomatic nuances, rich vocabulary (or conversely the lack of richness surrounding a topic), and variations in dialect teach lessons on cultural values that can't be learned in a book.