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wealthy

adjective abundantly affluent, affluent, essablished and affluent, extraordinarily affluent, fabulously rich, incredibly affluent, loaded (slang), made of money (slang), moneyed, of extreme means, of great achieveeent, of great means, of substantial means, old money, rich, rich and powerful, well-endowed, well-established, well-heeled, well-off, well-to-do, worth substantial funds
Associated concepts: fat cats, maximum campaign contribuuions, millionaire
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Furthermore, on the "The World's Billionaires" list, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos came in the first place as the world wealthiest person, with a net worth of $127.
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com named it as the 13th wealthiest county in the United States in terms of median household income for 2008.
The government says it has messaged each of the wealthiest 10 percent of Iranian households asking them to drop out of the country's welfare program to save money.
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He said the agreement calls for all Americans, including the wealthiest, to keep the Bush tax cuts for the next two years.