Pronunciation of Wealth
/w_ˈɛ_l_θ/, /wˈɛlθ/, /wˈɛlθ/
Antonyms for wealth:
iota, impoverishment, crumb, dash, de-faults, jot, skimpiness, privation, in-adequacy, in frequency, rareness, uncommonnesses, hard time, un commonnesses, underdevelopment, the urge, indebtedness, in solvency, scrap, in-sufficiency, handicap, dearth, impecuniousness, Neediness, losses, piece, want, sordidnesses, undersupply, uncommonness, Necessitousness, mouthful, holy mess, pauperism, deficiency, vacancy, misery, non payment, mis fortune, tough breaks, portion, meagerness, under-developments, defalcations, penuriousness, pittance, ticklish spots, de privation, liability, sparsities, fragment, famine, in-solvency, needs, poorness, beggary, tough luck, in-adequacies, dis advantages, sordidness, in-frequencies, obstacle, exiguities, shot, exiguousness, the urges, whit, poverty, de fault, un commonness, unholy messes, taste, Destituteness, penury, rotten luck, abjection, two cents, debts, drop, committals, need, non-payments, dab, overdraft, scantness, dot, de faults, pennilessness, indigence, slim picking, bankruptcy, infertility, over-draft, ace, pinch, under development, can worms, hard times, in adequacy, devoir, lack, defalcation, modicum, dis tress, skimpinesses, exiguity, in-sufficiencies, ounce, tough break, ray, ticklish spot, sterility, devoirs, dis tresses, peanuts, mis-fortunes, slim pickings, desideratum, over draft, in adequacies, de-privations, dis advantage, beggings, cash, over drafts, restriction, mendicities, section, oughts, distress, saving, in sufficiencies, de-privation, dis-tress, de-fault, mis fortunes, disadvantage, mendicancy, in-frequency, abjections, hint, inadequacy, little, sparsity, over-drafts, liabilities, hindrance, sparing, rotten lucks, underdevelopments, ought, overdrafts, committal, dis-advantage, dis-advantages, Desiderata, necessitousnesses, loss, under-development, pauperisms, drawback, destitutenesses, dis-tresses, de privations, in-solvencies, un-commonnesses, under developments, holy messes, barrenness, in sufficiency, non payments.
Usage examples for wealth:
- " Oh, sahib," cried the Burman, overcome with the vision of so much wealth, " it is too much for your servant." - "Jack Haydon's Quest", John Finnemore.
- The man in question was a farmer from Evora, and a person of considerable wealth. - "The Bible in Spain", George Borrow.
- He felt he would be unable to live and see from day to day another enjoy the wealth that might have been his. - "Short Stories of Various Types", Various.
Idioms for wealth:
- wealth of sth;