wealth, n. 1. riches, means, wherewithal, assets, resources, reserves; funds, money, Sl. gelt, Sl. mazuma; monies, cash, capital; plenty, treasure, fortune, Sl. bread, Sl. dough, Sl. moolah, Sl. loot, Sl. gravy, Sl. bucks, Sl. big bucks, blue-chip stocks, gilt-edged securities or bonds; affluence, richness, prosperity, opulence, easy circumstances; nest egg, Sl. cushion, Sl. tidy bundle, nice sum.
2. abundance, heap, pile, mass, ton, great deal; profusion, bounty, plenitude, plenteousness, bountifulness, copiousness, amplitude; cornucopia, bottomless well, treasury, gold mine, mine.
3. fruitfulness, productivity, fertility, fecundity, proliferousness, fructiferousness.
wealthy, adj. 1. rich, affluent, prosperous, moneyed, well-off, well-to-do, forehanded, silk-stocking; worth a great deal, Inf. worth a bundle, in the money, Sl. in the bucks, in the chips, Sl. loaded, made of money, Inf. rolling in dough; in clover, Sl. on easy street, in easy circumstances, comfortable, Inf. not hurting, Inf. in velvet; with money to burn, Sl. stinking, Sl. stinking or filthy rich, weighed down by diamonds; with the key to the bank, sitting on top of a gold mine, with an oil well in one's backyard; doing nicely, not having to work, clipping coupons, well-fixed, well-situated, Inf. well-heeled; born with a silver spoon in one's mouth, to the manner born; parvenu, newly rich, Fr. nouveau riche.
2. opulent, sumptuous, elegant, luxurious, lavish, splendid, glittering, magnificent.
3. abundant, ample, replete, rife, well-supplied; abounding, overflowing, full of, running over with, profuse.
wear, v. 1. dress in, don, put on, slip into or on, get into, step into; display, show off, parade, flaunt, flourish, Inf sport; bear, carry, exhibit, show, manifest, evince, reveal; assume, adopt.
2. impair, deteriorate, degenerate, worsen, canker, spoil; damage, harm, hurt, injure, ravage, ruin, destroy; corrode, fret, gnaw, eat out or away, consume, devour.
3. abrade, rub, rub down, chafe, fray, Inf. frazzle; file, grind, whet, sand, sandpaper, pumice; grate, rasp, scour, scrape, excoriate; erode, wash away, waste away, wear down or away; channel, gutter, groove, rut, furrow; waste, spend, use up; diminish, lessen, dwindle, shrink, decrease, reduce; abate, subside, ebb, wane.
4. fatigue, fatigate, tire, weary, overweary; bore, jade, exasperate, irritate, irk, vex, annoy; tax, overtax, strain, burden, overburden, overload, overtask, overwork, overwear; debilitate, enfeeble, weaken, enervate, sap, drain; deplete, wear out, exhaust, prostrate.
5. (all of time) pass, kill, wile away, dawdle away, piddle away, idle away.
6. last, endure, hold up, survive, continue, perdure, prove durable.
-n. 7. donning, wearing; use, usefulness, utility, utilization, exercise, employment; adhibition, application, appliance, service, serviceability, serviceableness.
8. clothing, clothes, wearables, garments, garb, dress, costume; apparel, attire, Both Chiefly Literary, raiment, vestments; habiliment, habit.
9. deterioration, wear and tear, wearing, wearing down or away, wasting away, atrophy, degeneration; worsening, depreciation, dilapidation, decomposition; abrasion, friction, rubbing down, chafing, fraying, grating, rasping, grinding, whetting, filing, scouring, scraping, excoriation; corrosion, gnawing, eating out or away, consumption; erosion, detrition, attrition, diminution, diminishing, dwindling, lessening, decrease, reduction.
weariness, n. fatigue, tiredness, exhaustion; drowsiness, heaviness, sleepiness; lassitude, lethargy, languor, listlessness, sluggishness; debility, enervation, prostration; ennui, boredom, tedium.