prosperity (part of speech: noun)
wealth (part of speech: noun)
- Two thousand florins a year from his father's estate had been settled on him at his marriage, which, in addition to his official and military income, placed him in a position of affluence. - "The Life of John of Barneveld, 1619-23", John Lothrop Motley.
- This was a hazardous responsibility for the few most concerned, none of whom were persons of real affluence; and yet they felt this was the only feasible way to push trade, unhindered by too cumbrous an organization, in which a number of incapable individuals, and even some less earnest, were sure to be found. - "William Bradford of Plymouth", Albert Hale Plumb.
- Local merchants engaged in trade with Europe and the West Indies, and these profitable ventures soon brought great affluence and a high degree of culture. - "The Colonial Architecture of Philadelphia", Frank Cousins Phil M. Riley.