noun, plural pros·per·i·ties.
- prosperity gospel,
Origin of prosperity
Examples from the Web for prosperities
When the morning dawned, the Prosperities had already taken up a permanent abode with the family.
The Ashṭalakshmîs—the Eight Prosperities—entered the town that night and went house by house into every street.
c.1200, from Old French prosprete (12c., Modern French prospérité) and directly from Latin prosperitatem (nominative prosperitas) "good fortune," from prosperus (see prosper).