Synonyms and Antonyms of fortune
what is going to happen to someone in the time ahead
- The telephone psychic proceeded to tell me my fortune—at great length.
a very large amount of money
- The billionaire's huge mansion must have cost a fortune.
bonanza, mine, treasure trove
assets, capital, means, property, riches, wealth, wherewithal
bread [slang], cash, chips, currency, dough, gold, jack [slang], legal tender, lucre, pelf, tender, wampum
a state or end that seemingly has been decided beforehand
- It was his fortune that he should wander in the wilderness before becoming king.
accident, chance, happenstance, hazard, luck
aftereffect, aftermath, conclusion, consequence, development, effect, fruit, issue, outcome, outgrowth, result, resultant, sequel, sequence, upshot
success that is partly the result of chance
- In a streak of good fortune, she won the lottery twice that year.
blessing, boon, fluke, godsend, hit, serendipity, strike, windfall
break, chance, opportunity
knock, misadventure, mishap
adversity, curse, debacle (also débâcle), sorrow, tragedy, trouble
calamity, cataclysm, catastrophe, disaster
disappointment, lapse, letdown, reversal, reverse, setback, slipup
destiny, doom, fate, lot, portion
the total of one's money and property
- The family fortune is mostly in rare paintings and real estate.
belongings, chattels, effects, holdings, paraphernalia, possessions, things
bankroll, deep pockets, finances, funds, money, wallet
abundance, affluence, prosperity, success
accession, acquisition, personal property, personalty, property
nest egg, reserve, resources, savings, treasury