Definition of prosperity
: the condition of being successful or thriving; especially : economic well-being
Examples of prosperity in a Sentence
a period of prosperity for our nation
Recent Examples of prosperity from the Web
But Americans for Prosperity also wanted to send a message to Republicans.
During a five-year run of real estate prosperity, some South Florida communities that bore the brunt of the excruciating housing collapse are enjoying the biggest spikes in value, homeowners and brokers say.
The White House says the meetings will focus on improving security, governance and economic prosperity in the Northern Triangle countries.
Others lament that a US turning away from its traditional leadership role would not simply result in a more multipolar world, but would undermine the pillars on which American security and prosperity were built over the past 70 years.
So why would any town want to honor such a pest with an expensive statue, let alone call it a herald of prosperity?
Today, the savannas are virtually gone, a casualty of American industriousness and prosperity.
By 1853, a report on the prosperity of Parkville listed personal property valuation at $86,135; and retail trade in excess of $160,000.
I am honored to have been considered by President Donald Trump to lead the Department of Labor and put America’s workers and businesses back on a path to sustainable prosperity.
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PROSPERITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of prosperity for English Language Learners
: the state of being successful usually by making a lot of money
PROSPERITY Defined for Kids
Definition of prosperity for Students
: the state of being successful usually by making money
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