In it were an obviously prosperous man and a black-haired, fine-skinned girl whose pumps rested on an immaculate horsehide bag.
They did not know that they were being rude, but they meant to have it understood that they were prosperous and "not scared of no doctor’s wife."
And prosperous, too.
We’re all in it, ten million women, young married women with good prosperous husbands, and business women in linen collars, and grandmothers that gad out to teas, and wives of under-paid miners, and farmwives who really like to make butter and go to church.
There are no more uses of "prosperous" in the book.
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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.