Ruling; powerful; mighty; noble.Having wealth or large possessions; possessed of much money, goods, land, or other valuable property; wealthy; opulent: opposed to poor.Amply supplied or equipped; abundantly provided; abounding: often followed by in or with.Abundant in materials; producing or yielding abundantly; productive; fertile; fruitful: as, a rich mine; rich ore; rich soil.Of great price or money value; costly; expensive; sumptuous; magnificent: as, rich jewels; rich gifts.Of great moral worth; highly esteemed; invaluable; precious.Ample; copious; abundant; plentiful; luxuriant.Abounding in desirable or effective qualities or elements; of superior quality, composition, or potency.Hence, specifically Having a pleasing or otherwise marked effect upon the senses by virtue of the abundance of some characteristic quality.Pleasing to the ear; full or mellow in tone; harmonious; sweet.Pleasing to the eye, through strength and beauty of hue; pure and strong; vivid: applied especially to color.[Rich as applied to colors in zoölogy has a restricted meaning, which, however, is very difficult to define. A metallic, lustrous, or iridescent color is not rich; the word is generally applied to soft and velvety colors which are pure and distinct, as a rich black, a rich scarlet spot, etc., just as we speak of rich velvets, but generally of bright or glossy silks. Vivid is very rich or very distinct.]Pleasing to the sense of smell; full of fragrance; sweet-scented; aromatic.Excessive; extravagant; inordinate; outrageous; preposterous: commonly applied to ideas, fancies, fabrications, claims, demands, pretensions, conceits, jests, tricks, etc.: as, a rich notion; a rich idea; rich impudence; a rich joke; a rich hoax.[This word is often used in the formation of compounds which are self-explanatory: as, rich-colored, rich-fleeced, rich-haired, rich-laden, etc.]Synonyms and Affluent.Fertile. etc. (see fruitful), luxuriant, teeming.5 and Splendid, valuable.Copious, plenteous.Savory, delicious.To enrich.To grow rich.Richly.To stretch; pull.To direct.To adjust; set right.To address; set (one's self to do a thing).To dress.To mend; improve.To avenge.To take one's way.