the wealthy, the well-to-do, the affluent, capitalists, upper class, plutocrats, plutocracy, the haves*.
Possessed of wealth
wealthy, affluent, well-to-do, moneyed, prosperous, opulent, comfortable, well-off, well provided for, in easy circumstances, worth a bundle*, well-fixed*, well-heeled*, loaded*, made of money*, rolling in dough*, in clover*, on easy street*, flush*, in the money*, in the chips*.
luxurious, opulent, lavish, costly, elegant, magnificent, resplendent, elaborate, embellished, ornate, expensive, deluxe, chic, smart, stylish, fancy, splendid, superb, gorgeous, valuable, precious, extravagant, grand, lush, posh*, plush*, classy*, ritzy*, swank*, swanky*, snazzy*, swell*, high-class*, spiffy*, sharp*, tony*, high-toned*, upscale*.
exuberant, lush, productive, copious, plentiful, generous, fruitful, profuse, luxuriant, teeming, abundant, prolific, fecund, fruit-bearing, bearing, propagating, yielding, breeding, superabounding, prodigal; see also fertile 1.
Abounding in butter, cream, sugar, spices, etc.
Full; said of sounds or voices
Vivid; said of colors
rich is the general word for one who has more money, possessions, or income-producing property than is necessary to satisfy normal needs; wealthy adds to this connotation of grand living, influence in the community, a tradition of richness, etc.; affluent suggests a continuing increase of riches and a high standard of living an affluent suburb; opulent suggests the possession of great wealth as displayed in luxurious or ostentatious living an opulent mansion; well-to-do implies sufficient prosperity for easy living
Possessing a large amount of money, land, or other material possessions:affluent, flush, moneyed, wealthy. (Slang) loaded. Idioms: having money to burn, in the money, made of money, rolling in money. See rich
Characterized by extravagant, ostentatious magnificence:lavish, lush1, luxuriant, luxurious, opulent, palatial, plush, sumptuous. (Informal) plushy. See rich
Characterized by great productivity:fecund, fertile, fruitful, productive, prolific. See rich
Not readily digested because of richness:heavy. See ingestion
Full of color:bright, colorful, gay, vivid. See colors
Extremely funny:hilarious, priceless, sidesplitting. (Informal) killing. See laughter