Common misspellings for rich:
chrch, richs, trech, wihch, rechel, trach, ich, resurch, rearch, fich, richa, reasch, shitch, richet, siuch, chirch, rician, wichi, hich, rusha, niech, ricjh, raoch, reache, rachl, richley, richar, ritgh, forish, tiouch, whiuch, rish, frech, bich, kirsh, whiche, iirsh, richh, woich, reaqch, righr, wiich, cichy, owch, reahc, croch, rnach, wshich, rauchy, chich, shich, wrigh, brish, pich, riun, wthich, daichi, chruch, rerach, crach, whiech, tich, phych, rech, krutch, gitch, zuerich, trich, wgich, roigh, trish, righy, ricj, wjich, rchel, prorch, ric, yreach, rissia, whch, reico, ruch, rhich, ritcher, rach, wheich, readch, richt, righ, kich, rick, richier, reacch, sarach, chrich, wiche, rwth, reice, nurish, ritchual, rechek, richy, mich, risch, jeircho, nich, vich, erach, richad, thich, heriachy, whi9ch, proch, troch, weich, neich, ronchy, rice, 9which, wghich, rasch, wriench, brech, rache, whicho, rechck, richely, reatch, rouche, rubish, resch, pichur, wich, brich, raith, riched, wwhich, raach, whuich, norish, reith, whichw, riif, daiichi, suich, riyt, ritch, cherich, rwach, ruasch, raech, rica, norich, kitch, richi, richo, iriash, prech, rasuch, sarech, 1which, reaach, racher, riech, reacha, racia, daich, rogh, rouch, rch, truch, richg, reaerch, reachw, quich, reech, rieghn, wcich, pych, whiich, roica, foruche, frish, sirch, iirish, reeach, wrech, rith, richord, resech, rico, rusch, 8which, riichard, richual, kitche, wiuch, trichy, wh9ich, sich, rich, richare, reigh, broch, tych, ichi, eich, resuch, thch, rithe, dich, richol, mrach, marrch, roch, whihch, riim, richtor, rench, wnich, heirchy, arich, w2hich, reqach, wrish, wrih, raych, kruch, rih, britiah, crish, eurich, lrish, lych, prich, quiitch, racah, rantch, reish, reich, ritche, rizo, rouigh, srach, rteh, verish, wrinch, raceae, raaceae, raceous, raaceous, rachis, raachis, raguaia, raaguaia, raguaya, raaguaya, raak, raas, rauca, raauca, raujia, raaujia, rawak, raawak, raxes, raaxes, raca, rchaeozoic, rachaeozoic, rchaic, rachaic, rchaise, rachaise, rchaize, rachaize, rcheozoic, 5ich, 4ich, rjch, rkch, r9ch, r8ch, rixh, rivh, rifh, ridh, ricb, ricn, drich, rfich, rtich, 5rich, r5ich, 4rich, riuch, rjich, rijch, rkich, rikch, roich, rioch, r9ich, ri9ch, r8ich, ri8ch, rixch, ricxh, rivch, ricvh, rifch, ricfh, ridch, ricdh, ricgh, ricbh, richb, ricnh, richn, richj, ricuh, ricyh, rcih, rihc, riich, ricch, 2ich, zich, rych, rmch, rhch, rikh, ricx, rici, rayech, reyech, r ich, ri ch, ric h.
Definition of rich:
- Having an abundance of material possessions; possessed of a large amount of property; well supplied with land, goods, or money; wealthy; opulent; affluent; -- opposed to poor.
- Hence, in general, well supplied; abounding; abundant; copious; bountiful; as, a rich treasury; a rich entertainment; a rich crop.
- Yielding large returns; productive or fertile; fruitful; as, rich soil or land; a rich mine.
- Composed of valuable or costly materials or ingredients; procured at great outlay; highly valued; precious; sumptuous; costly; as, a rich dress; rich silk or fur; rich presents.
- Full of sweet and harmonius sounds; as, a rich voice; rich music.
- Abounding in beauty; gorgeous; as, a rich landscape; rich scenery.
- Abounding in humor; exciting amusement; entertaining; as, the scene was a rich one; a rich incident or character.
- Having an abundance of material possessions; possessed of a large amount of property; well supplied with land, goods, or money; wealthy; opulent; affluent; - opposed to poor.
- Abounding in agreeable or nutritive qualities; - especially applied to articles of food or drink which are high- seasoned or abound in oleaginous ingredients, or are sweet, luscious, and high- flavored; as, a rich dish; rich cream or soup; rich pastry.
- Wealthy people collectively; with the.
- affording an abundant supply; " had ample food for the party"; " copious provisions"; " food is plentiful"; " a plenteous grape harvest"; " a rich supply"
- ( metallurgy; chemistry) high in mineral content; " a rich vein of copper"
- pleasantly full and mellow; " a rich tenor voice"
- highly seasoned or containing large amounts of choice ingredients such as butter or sugar or eggs; " kept gorging on rich foods"; " rich pastries"; " rich eggnogg"
- very productive; " rich seams of coal"
- of great worth or quality; " a rich collection of antiques"
- possessing material wealth; " her father is extremely rich"; " many fond hopes are pinned on rich uncles"
- suggestive of or characterized by great expense; " a rich display"
- having an abundant supply of desirable qualities or substances ( especially natural resources); " blessed with a land rich in minerals"; " rich in ideas"; " rich with cultural interest"
- high in mineral content; having a a high proportion of fuel to air; " a rich vein of copper", " a rich gas mixture"
- Abounding in agreeable or nutritive qualities; -- especially applied to articles of food or drink which are high- seasoned or abound in oleaginous ingredients, or are sweet, luscious, and high- flavored; as, a rich dish; rich cream or soup; rich pastry; rich wine or fruit.
- Having much money or many possessions; wealthy; expensive; valuable; as, rich clothing; great in amount; abundant; as, rich crops; fertile; as, rich soil or land; abounding in pleasing, desirable, or valuable qualities; as, rich perfumes, food, blood; vivid; as, rich colors; sweet and full in sound; as, rich tones.
- Abounding in possessions: wealthy: valuable: sumptuous: fertile: full of agreeable or nutritive qualities: bright, as a color: full of harmonious sounds: full of beauty.
- Wealthy; sumptuous; fertile; splendid; highly nutritious or savory; harmonious.
- Wealthy; opulent; valuable; costly; luxuriant; abundant.
- Wealthy; abounding in money or possessions; splendid; costly; abundant; abundant in valuable materials or qualities; full of beauty; fertile; vivid; sumptuous; abounding with a variety of delicious food; full of sweet or harmonious sounds.
- Wealthy; having ample means for the supply of wants; costly; yielding or producing largely; fertile; highly endowed; made with costly ingredients, as a rich cake; abundant; full of; perfect; having something precious.