- a successful, flourishing, or thriving condition, especially in financial respects; good fortune.
- prosperities, prosperous circumstances, characterized by financial success or good fortune.
Origin of prosperity
Related Words for prosperitywealth, success, accomplishment, riches, expansion, benefit, growth, well-being, boom, interest, welfare, inflation, abundance, do, good, fortune, advantage, ease, arrival, increase
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Contemporary Examples of 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
May 29, 2014
Americans for Prosperity (AFP), funded by the Koch Brothers, has multiple Pinocchios for its ads, mainly for distorting Obamacare.How Harry Reid Carpet-Bombed the South
May 18, 2014
So enter billionaires two and three: Charles and David Koch and their Americans for Prosperity group.Koch Brothers Invade Tiny Iron County, Wisconsin
March 25, 2014
Prosperity, Herodotus reminded us, “never abides long in one place.”Forget What the Pundits Tell You, Coastal Cities are Old News - it’s the Sunbelt that’s Booming
March 1, 2014
On Monday, Freedom Works, Heritage Action, and Americans for Prosperity preemptively criticized any Ryan-Murray bipartisan deal.The Conservative Budget Backlash
December 11, 2013
Historical Examples of prosperity
Prosperity and power—yes, they are important, and we must maintain them.
Prosperity and health are despised, and joy begins with privations which kill the body.The Dream
Prosperity and civilization are far from being synonymous terms.The Task of Social Hygiene
Prosperity should enable us to put away a reserve for the hard times.Dollars and Sense
Col. Wm. C. Hunter
Soon afterward he died, muttering: "Prosperity has ruined my country!"The Plum Tree
David Graham Phillips
- the condition of prospering; success or wealth
c.1200, from Old French prosprete (12c., Modern French prospérité) and directly from Latin prosperitatem (nominative prosperitas) "good fortune," from prosperus (see prosper).