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rich

1. Geography having an abundance of natural resources, minerals, etc.
2. (of colour) intense or vivid; deep
3. (of a fuel-air mixture) containing a relatively high proportion of fuel

Rich

1. Adrienne. born 1929, US poet and feminist writer; her volumes of poetry include Snapshots of a Daughter-in-Law (1963) and Diving Into the Wreck (1973)
2. Buddy, real name Bernard Rich. 1917--87, US jazz drummer and band leader
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There is also a doubt concerning the pretensions of all those who claim the honours of government: for those who found them either on fortune or family have nothing which they can justly say in their defence; since it is evident upon their principle, that if any one person can be found richer than all the rest, the right of governing all these will be justly vested in this one person.
How could I think so, when you refused a richer man for me, and won't let me give you half I want to now, when I have the right?
So the boy throve and grew big, and in the meantime all prospered with the miller, and in a few years he was richer than he had ever been before.
The same sort of traditional belief ran in the Tulliver veins, but it was carried in richer blood, having elements of generous imprudence, warm affection, and hot-tempered rashness.
He straightened up with even a richer piece of gold-laden quartz.
It was creditable to have a sister married, and she might flatter herself with having been greatly instrumental to the connexion, by keeping Anne with her in the autumn; and as her own sister must be better than her husband's sisters, it was very agreeable that Captain Wentworth should be a richer man than either Captain Benwick or Charles Hayter.
I will give you so much that you shall be even richer than your brother.
I came to know Captain Nichols very well before I left Tahiti, and I am the richer for his acquaintance.
His people live very close to the heart of nature, and no one, unless it is Tourguenief, gives you a richer and sweeter sense of her unity with human nature.
And when English Literature awoke once more, it was the richer through the gifts which the Norman had brought.
By this time the sun had gone down, and was tinting the clouds towards the zenith with those bright hues which are not seen there until some time after sunset, and when the horizon has quite lost its richer brilliancy.
I am richer,'' said Gurth, putting them into his pouch, ``than ever was swineherd or bondsman.