Abundant wealth: "the impassable gulf that lies between riches and poverty” ( Elizabeth Cady Stanton). (noun-plural)
Valuable or precious possessions.(noun-plural)
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Use "riches" in a sentence
"The surest path to riches is to become the head of a big company and then fail so badly that they pay you to leave."
""the deceitfulness of riches;" the term riches includes also, as we may gather from Luke's narrative, the pleasures which riches procure."
"Or, going back to my own line of work, adult-oriented manga, an embarrassment of riches is freely, illicitly available to online readers, who have either no understanding of how they are created, or simply do not care."