Affluence (noun)

  1. An abundance of money, property, or other material goods.
  2. The state of being wealthy and having a lot of money or material possessions.

Origin:

Middle english, from old french, from latin affluentia, from affluent-, affluens flowing in, from affluere to flow in, from ad- + fluere to flow.

Examples:

  1. The area is known for its affluence and high standard of living.
  2. His family enjoyed great affluence and luxury.
  3. She was born into a life of affluence and privilege.
  4. The city is home to many people of great affluence.
  5. The neighborhood is a symbol of affluence and wealth.
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