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prosperous
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David Copperfield
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  • ’A prosperous voyage out, a thriving career abroad, and a happy return home!’
  • ’Well,’ returned Mr. Waterbrook, pursing up his mouth, and playing with his watch-chain, in a comfortable, prosperous sort of way.
  • — come to nothing, still we’ll be serious about it, and hope for a prosperous issue one of these days.
  • ’A prosperous one?’ said I. ’Trot,’ returned my aunt gravely, ’I can’t say.
  • I had been writing, in the newspaper and elsewhere, so prosperously, that when my new success was achieved, I considered myself reasonably entitled to escape from the dreary debates.

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  • She owns a prosperous law firm.
  • But in spite of these disadvantages, he had begun even in his father’s lifetime to lay the foundations of a prosperous future.
    Chinua Achebe  --  Things Fall Apart

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