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  • adj. Excessively rich.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Exccessively rich.


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over- +‎ rich


  • Henry George is out of date, but his Progress and Poverty Doubleday, New York, 1926 retains an emotional appeal and is written in a rich—often overrich—journalistic style.

    The Worldly Philosophers

  • Also unlike Chavez, he'd once used drugs, until his sister had OD'd on a needle of overrich heroin.

    Clear and Present Danger

  • It is muddy, too, and overrich in dissolved fibrous and bitter matters.

    The Suffrage Cook Book

  • And like a wax figure indeed, immobile, rigid, the bride was standing before them, arrayed at last in the shimmering white of the sweeping satin, overrich of lace and orange flowers, and shrouded in the clouding waves of her veil.

    The Fortieth Door

  • Unthinking courage in the matter of victuals is rather a relief from the strained and anxious hygienic watchfulness of the overcivilized and the overrich.

    Germany and the Germans From an American Point of View

  • Now doth it provoke the lower classes, all benevolence and petty giving; and the overrich may be on their guard!

    Thus Spake Zarathustra

  • You are a bunch of overpaid and overrich spoiled clowns who bring this country down. - News

  • MAC Pigment in Copperbeam (PRO, formally from the overrich collection)

    platinum blonde life

  • Infinite Jest is a book so overrich with, well, everything, that I could reread it a thousand times and still not get to the bottom of it.

    2 Blowhards

  • Warren’s an overfed and overrich shyster huckster with a vicious ideology wrapped up in a superslick sales pitch.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Warren Factor


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