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- adv. In a rich manner; full of flavor or expression.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a rich manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With riches; with wealth or affluence; sumptuously; amply or abundantly; with unusual excellence of quality; finely.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to an ample degree or in an ample manner
- adv. in a rich manner
- adv. in a rich and lavish manner
This is a guy who's benefited quite richly from a star system that's all about capitalism.
An amusing, heartwarming adventure put forth in richly flavored prose.
Written in richly described flashbacks that slowly reveal the characters 'almost surreal connections, this deceptively understated novel asks crucial questions about how to live and reconcile history in an atomic age.
Mannequins in richly embroidered native dress show costumes worn in the various villages.
It never could have welled up so sweetly and richly from a despot's breast.
Though he failed in his judicial aspirations for Alcalde, and Judge Field succeeded, yet his continued exertions and marked influence caused him to leave a name richly associated with all the early history of Marysville and vicinity.
Brunswick are to her what the railroads are now to other countries: and richly is she blessed with sparkling waters from the diamond flashings of the mountain rill to the still calm beauty of the sheltered lake, the silvery streams, the sweeping river, and the unfrozen width of the winter harbour of her noble bay.
It offers, in other words, a richly varied menu of cinema, not just this week's most hyped releases.
I recalled the richly robed, veiled, wheedling free woman whom I had permitted to place it there.
Imperial robes, which he had himself put on, and fastening on his sword richly embossed with gold.