Definition of Hoarded wealth
1. Noun. Accumulated wealth in the form of money or jewels etc.. "The pirates hid their treasure on a small island in the West Indies"
Generic synonyms: Riches, Wealth
Specialized synonyms: Fortune, Valuable, King's Ransom, Treasure Trove, Trove
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoarded Wealth
Literary usage of Hoarded wealth
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Divine Plan of the Agesby Charles Taze Russell by Charles Taze Russell (2000)
"... and a right to use their intelligence so to run their business as to make profit for themselves and to increase their hoarded wealth, no matter who else ..."
2. Old Paris: Its Court and Literary Salons by Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1880)
"—The Cardinal's hoarded wealth.—St. Evremond.—La Bonne Regence.— Nicolas Fouquet.—Character of Fouquet.—The Chateau de Vaux.—The Sculpture and Paintings. ..."
3. Homiletical commentary on the Book of Exodus by Joseph Samuel Exell (1879)
"hoarded wealth. I. That we find many men in this life who are endeavouring ... hoarded wealth gives no enjoyment. It introduces bitter elements into life. ..."
4. American Ideals, and Other Essays, Social and Political by Theodore Roosevelt (1897)
"Again, Mr. Adams gloomily remarks that " producers have become the subjects of the possessors of hoarded wealth," and that among capitalists the ..."