|(Archaic) sufficient, adequate, adequate amount, sufficient degree, enough, quite, sufficiently, fairly||enow|
|(died 546 BC) last king of Lydia who was known for his great wealth ; man who is very rich, wealthy man||Croesus|
|(Informal) wealthy or fashionable famous people who are considered as a group; fashionable celebrities, glamorous people||glitterati|
|adult male singing voice between alto and bass; purport, meaning; character; course, exact copy, exact words of deed, high male voice, high or fairly high instrument, way something is progressing, what something is mainly about||tenor|
|affluent, wealthy, having a large fortune; fancy, luxurious; full, having an abundance of; deep, vivid, strong, costly and fine, fertile, plentiful, productive, see also:riches, strong and smooth-flavored, strongly colored, unlikely, wealthy people, pe...||rich|
|AMT; A federal tax aimed at ensuring that wealthy individuals, estates, trusts , and corporations pay a minimal level income tax . For individuals, the AMT is calculated by adding adjusted gross income to tax preference items .||Alternative Minimum Tax|
|at a fairly late time, somewhat late||latish|
|at right angles, directly, honestly, fairly, uprightly||squarely|
|at same rate, fairly||pari passu|
|bearable, endurable; passable, mediocre, capable of being tolerated, fairly good||tolerable|
|beautiful, physically attractive; nice, pleasant, genial, beautify, improve the appearance of something, fairly, graceful and effeminate, having a pleasant face, large, moderately, quite, rather; to some extent, relatively; very, extremely (Informal), ...||pretty|
|calmly and unemotionally, equally, in balance, smoothly; impartially, fairly; equally; calmly, steadily, uniformly, with equal spacing||evenly|
|composition or musical passage played with a moderate tempo (Music), fairly slowly, music played andantino, slightly faster than andante, moderate in tempo (Music)||andantino|
|composition or musical passage played with a moderately fast tempo (Music), fairly quickly, piece of music played allegretto||allegretto|
|considerable, consisting of substance, filling, having substance; firm, solid; real; wealthy, influential, important; considerable, sizeable, ample, important part, real and tangible, rich, solid or sturdy||substantial|
|consisting of money, monied, rich, wealthy; of money; in possession of a great deal of money||moneyed|
|covered with a thin layer of gold, gilt, wealthy||gilded|
|dance, somewhat formal, not entirely formal, suitable for fairly formal occasions||semiformal|
|describing mathematical relation, joined together, linked, logical and intelligible, with beneficial social connections, with wealthy relatives||connected|
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