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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #105621: Synonyms of the adjective Rich
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    Synonyms of the adjective Rich

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    1. If you go to watch the races at Royal Ascot you'll meet a lot of (                          ) people.
    2. Mark Twain called the (                    ) .Age the rich last three decades of the XIX century.
    3. On December 31st people wish one another (                                ) new year!
    4. Victorian society was a paradise for the (                                ) people and hell for the needy.
    5. Early to bed early to rise, makes a man healthy, (                       ) and wise.
    6. The (                       ) elite in the USA are those who earn more than 10 million dollars a year.
    7. The (                    ) residents in the San Diego area prefer living in La Jolla.
    8. The (                                ) classes living in the U.K. were called “landed gentry”.
    9. Only (                          ) parents can afford to send their children to Grammar Schools in Britain.
    10. The (                       ) mansion of Lord Bracknell stood on top of the hill.

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