noun, plural pros·per·i·ties.
Origin of prosperity
Examples from the Web for prosperity
Prior to that, he spent years as a vice president at the influential conservative non-profit Americans for Prosperity.Influential Conservative Behind Housing Complaint Targeting GOP Senator|Ben Jacobs|May 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Americans for Prosperity (AFP), funded by the Koch Brothers, has multiple Pinocchios for its ads, mainly for distorting Obamacare.
So enter billionaires two and three: Charles and David Koch and their Americans for Prosperity group.
Prosperity, Herodotus reminded us, “never abides long in one place.”
On Monday, Freedom Works, Heritage Action, and Americans for Prosperity preemptively criticized any Ryan-Murray bipartisan deal.
Prosperity has followed in the wake of this educational development.The New Education|Scott Nearing
Prosperity can not come to you if you are all the time driving it away from you by your poverty thought.The Victorious Attitude|Orison Swett Marden
Prosperity, greater than the country had ever known, prevailed everywhere in the North throughout the last two years of the War.The Age of Big Business|Burton J. Hendrick
You can go from me, but I cannot go from you; I can never leave you as long as you remain in the palace of Prosperity.
Prosperity, it was very evident, was not to be achieved in that fashion.A Damaged Reputation|Harold Bindloss
British Dictionary definitions for prosperity
Word Origin and History for prosperity
c.1200, from Old French prosprete (12c., Modern French prospérité) and directly from Latin prosperitatem (nominative prosperitas) "good fortune," from prosperus (see prosper).