Very rich: They're rich, ok, but not rich rich
[1963+; found by 1725 in a poem of Edward Taylor, but the meaning is not clearly the same]
And he fears for the company if it becomes too easy too soon for employees to get rich rich rich.
Even in that men must struggle, suffer, and love, but that life is rich—rich in great thoughts and noble deeds.
I have no one to provide for; I am rich—rich in gold, that is to say, poor in everything else.
Then I should not have been a beggar; poor perhaps in money, but rich—rich in all that now leaves my life bankrupt.