Definition of prosperity in English:

prosperity

noun

mass noun
  • The state of being prosperous.

    ‘a long period of peace and prosperity’
    • ‘In nativities, this eclipse promises fame, prosperity, health and peace of mind.’
    • ‘The role of freedom in creating prosperity has been the central discovery of economics over the past two centuries.’
    • ‘Maybe with their magical powers and position, they would bring great prosperity to the world.’
    • ‘In the first half of the century, Pisa and the cities of Tuscany had enjoyed unprecedented prosperity.’
    • ‘"To ensure the prosperity in this region, we have to build trust, " he said.’
    • ‘Education is still our number one priority, because Britain's future economic prosperity depends upon it.’
    • ‘Ageing populations and rising prosperity across the world can only reinforce demand trends.’
    • ‘Plans to increase prosperity in the region will automatically lead to a need for better housing conditions.’
    • ‘The country's continued prosperity is dependent on the opportunities and achievements of all its residents.’
    • ‘The town's elite were retailers, whose prosperity depended on the railway freight rates.’
    • ‘The university's future success is undoubtedly important for the city's prosperity.’
    • ‘For the economy as a whole, innovation is the key to higher productivity and greater prosperity for all.’
    • ‘"First, science is vital to our country's continued future prosperity, " he said.’
    • ‘They have had formative years of almost uninterrupted prosperity, growth and success.’
    • ‘All need to be strongly represented to ensure the continued prosperity and success of the organisation.’
    • ‘Many gave up security and prosperity and returned from overseas to do so.’
    • ‘Fridges are also indicators of a nation's prosperity.’
    • ‘The mixed economy boomed, bringing unprecedented prosperity to the middle and working classes.’
    • ‘Is that a situation, too, where the relative prosperity is more apparent than real?’
    • ‘Everyone knows it has brought prosperity, although that prosperity is not equally shared.’
    wealth, success, profitability, affluence, riches, opulence, the good life, fortune, good fortune, ease, plenty, welfare, comfort, security, well-being
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Origin

Middle English: from Old French prosperite, from Latin prosperitas, from prosperus ‘doing well’.

Pronunciation

prosperity

/prɒˈspɛrɪti/