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opulence

[ op-yuh-luhns ]
/ ˈɒp yə ləns /
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noun
wealth, riches, or affluence.
abundance, as of resources or goods; plenty.
the state of being opulent.
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Sometimes op·u·len·cy .

Origin of opulence

First recorded in 1500–10, opulence is from the Latin word opulentia wealth. See opulent, -ence

OTHER WORDS FROM opulence

un·op·u·lence, noun
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