Prosperity in a sentence

Definition of Prosperity

The condition of being prosperous, of having good fortune

How to use Prosperity in a Sentence?

  • General intelligence is the necessary foundation of prosperity and social order.
  • She had found out that friends in prosperity are not always friends in adversity.
  • The prosperity of a people depends more on their rulers than is commonly imagined.
  • It was alleged that prosperity of nations was a good deal owing to tenant-right.
  • Wishing you all the happiness and prosperity that can fall to mortal man, believe me.
  • He learns to welcome misfortune, learns that adversity is the prosperity of the great.
  • Consequently his prosperity is their prosperity, and his ruin would be an irretrievable disaster, not a benefit, to them.
  • The seventh century B.C. was a period of rapid development and of great prosperity in Greece.
  • Nothing can be regretful that is inseparable from the conditions of the industry and the prosperity of a great nation.
  • There was all that aura of prosperity that has nothing to do with the payment of one's bills.
  • It was not long before the people began to appreciate the blessing and prosperity of a wise and settled rule.
  • There was so little to be seen in the way of an outward display of the prosperity his elder brother claimed.
  • As you would seek the future prosperity of this society, it is of vast importance that you should avoid contention.
  • This fact speaks volumes for their greater prosperity and for the influence which association with a proud race has on the poorest people.
  • Further it was not only detrimental to the prosperity of the islands but it obstructed the development of Mexico.
  • His prosperity, if prosperity he possessed at all, was the prosperity of successful defiance of the law.
  • If the shoe business kept to the present rate of prosperity he would probably have millions to squander in his old age.
  • During the first few months the enterprise remained in about the same stage of prosperity as I had found it.
  • Hitherto the plan for the government of Ireland has been to sacrifice the civil prosperity of the nation to its religious improvement.
  • Each city carried on in grave and solemn fashion the traditional worship of its own gods, on whose favour its prosperity depended.
  • Cerise was a charming woman, and an affectionate wife in adversity, but prosperity was her ruin, as well as mine.
  • The prosperity of Ireland depends on its harvest, and starvation is the opportunity of the lying agitator.
  • The Major's recent prosperity seemed not to have affected his dwelling-place as yet.
  • It means prosperity for the farmers themselves, homes for those who are now crowded in cities, work for the idle, and food for the hungry.
  • It affects us closely; it comes right into our homes, affects our comfort of living and the prosperity of our business enterprises.
  • He said that he needed a holiday, the prosperity of the last year had worn him out, also the bungalow sites were many and a decision difficult.
  • Almost all the prosperity of a public society and civil community does, under God, depend on their rulers.
  • But Berkeley, fattened by prosperity to a gross snobbishness, rejected the idea as vulgar and unfitting.
  • It had once been the home of a wealthy farmer, who, as prosperity continued, built a new and more commodious residence a mile away on the hill.
  • The prosperity of the celestial empire, carried by the court fool, in a basket beautifully carved out of a wild cherry-stone; and guarded by...
  • The peace and prosperity of Hayti would be promoted by reducing the term of the Presidential office to two years.
  • The prosperity of Virginia begins with the day when it received, as "a commonwealth," the freedom to make laws for itself.
  • We find from the Church registers that at the meridian of their prosperity they made alliances both with the Godolphins and the Arundells.
  • It would give him peculiar pleasure to augment his prosperity at the expense of Sir Archibald Malmaison.

Short Example Sentence for Prosperity

  • Thanks and prosperity to each!
  • You will 'ave wealth and prosperity and 'appiness.
  • After the cathedral was removed the prosperity of the place quickly waned.
  • Conditions of all kinds being so happy, prosperity was assured.
  • So the year 1805 opened in humdrum prosperity and national self-satisfaction.
  • Much is hoped from the future prosperity of Algeria; be it so.

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