Op"u*lent (?), a. [L. opulens, opulentus, fr. ops, opis, power, wealth, riches, perh. akin to E. apt: cf. F. opulent. Cf. Copious, Couple, Office.]

Having a large estate or property; wealthy; rich; affluent; as, an opulent city; an opulent citizen.

-- Op"u*lent*ly, adv.

I will piece Her opulent throne with kingdoms. Shak.

 

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