Is wealthy a noun?
No, the word 'wealthy' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun.
The word 'wealthy' is the adjective form of the noun 'wealth'.
No, the word 'wealthy' is not a noun. The word 'wealthy' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun (a wealthy country, a wealthy philanthropist). The word 'wealthy' is the adjective form of the noun 'wealth'. Read More
No, wealthy is an adjective, a word that describes a noun; for example wealthy uncle or wealthy financier. The abstract noun form for the adjective is wealthiness. Another abstract noun form is wealth. Read More
The word 'wealthy' is the adjective form for the noun wealth. The noun form for the adjective wealthy is wealthiness. Read More
The abstract noun form for the adjective wealthy is wealthiness. The word wealthy is the adjective form of the abstract noun wealth. Read More
The abstract noun form of the adjective 'wealthy' is wealthiness. The word 'wealthy' is the adjective form of the abstract noun wealth. Read More
The word 'wealthy' is the adjective form of the abstract noun wealth. Read More
The word of "wealthy" can be both an adjective and a noun. Read More
The word 'wealthy' is a noun form, a word for rich people considered as a group, for example, 'tax breaks for the wealthy'. The word 'wealthy' is also the adjective form of the noun wealth. Read More
The word wealth is a noun and the noun form for the adjective wealthy is wealthiness. Both wealth and wealthiness are abstract nouns, the state of being wealthy. Read More
"The wealthy" is the plural noun for "wealthy", which means having a great deal of money, resources, or assets; rich. Read More
The abstract noun form for the adjective wealthy is wealthiness. The word wealthy is also an abstract noun, a word for rich people considered as a group. Read More
Rich can be used as both a noun and an adjective. When used as a noun it is used to describe wealthy persons as a group such as, "Expensive and exotic cars are often considered toys of the rich" Read More
No, the word 'enrich' is a verb, meaning to improve or enhance; to make wealthy or wealthier. The noun forms of the verb to enrich are enrichment and the gerund, enriching. Read More
Yes, the noun 'society' is a word for a concept. The noun 'society' is an abstract noun as a word for the aggregate of people living together in an organized way; an organization or club formed for a particular purpose or activity; the aggregate of people who are fashionable, wealthy, and influential, regarded as forming a distinct group in a community. Read More
The word "avarice" is a noun, a singular, common, abstract noun. It means to have a very strong desire to get and hold on to money and possessions (basically, "greedy"). Use in a sentence is "Steve Jobs became more wealthy than avarice would even hope to attain." Read More
Wealthy, stealthy, unhealthy Stealthy, wealthy * wealthy wealthy Read More
Yes, the word "riches" is a plural noun, a word for "wealth." Example: His riches will not make him happy. The singular noun "rich" is a word for "wealthy people taken as a whole." Example: It's a small community exclusively for the rich. The word "rich" is also an adjective used to describe a noun, for example, "rich deserts." Read More
The word 'rich' is both an adjective and a noun. The noun 'rich' is a word for wealthy people as a group. Example: The rich get richer while the poor get poorer. The noun form for the adjective 'rich' is richness, a word for a quality. A related noun form is riches, a word for material wealth, a word for natural resources. Read More
It's a bluff, he's not wealthy. That Mercedes he drives is a rental. At the top of the bluff, there is a great view of the ocean. Read More
bill gates was very wealthy. (wealthy-very rich) Read More
"i am very wealthy!" that could be your sentence. (you do not have to be wealthy to make this sentence up because it really doesnt matter if you are or arent wealthy) Read More
reich (adjective) = rich, wealthy, affluent -reich (suffix) = -ful Reich (noun) = realm., empire, kingdom Read More
As wealthy a Professor can be. Certainly wealthy in knowledge. Read More
Some wealthy people are cheap. Many wealthy people are wealthy because they are creative. Read More
In what ways were the wealthy Europeans of the Renaissance different from the wealthy Europeans of feudal times?
in what ways were the wealthy europeans of the renaissance differnent from the wealthy europeans of feudal times? Read More
There are many more wealthy Caucasian people than wealthy African American people. Read More
What was the result of the civil wars between leaders of the wealthy and lower classes during the 2nd and 1st centuries B.C.?
The wars were not between the wealthy and lower classes. They were a struggle for individual power between wealthy leaders. The resuly was the wealthy were defeated by the wealthy. The final battles were won by the wealthy Octavian Augustus over the wealthy Marc Anthony. The wealthy Augustus established a system of government which gave him the final word and control of the army to keep the wealthy senators from causing more revolution. Read More
The verb "to swagger" means to strut, to walk confidently or even arrogantly. The noun has the same meaning, a type of exaggerated walk. The likely persons to swagger would be those who are wealthy or famous. Read More