English adjective: prosperous
|1.||prosperous in fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich|
|Samples||They were comfortable or even wealthy by some standards.|
A prosperous family.
His family is well-situated financially.
Well-to-do members of the community.
|Synonyms||comfortable, easy, well-fixed, well-heeled, well-off, well-situated, well-to-do|
|2.||prosperous very lively and profitable|
A palmy time for stockbrokers.
A prosperous new business.
Doing a roaring trade.
A thriving tourist center.
Did a thriving business in orchids.
|Synonyms||booming, flourishing, palmy, prospering, roaring, thriving|
|3.||prosperous marked by peace and prosperity|
|Samples||A golden era.|
The halcyon days of the clipper trade.
|4.||prosperous presaging or likely to bring good luck|
|Samples||A favorable time to ask for a raise.|
A prosperous moment to make a decision.
|Synonyms||favorable, favourable, golden, lucky|