prosperous in a sentence

Example sentences for prosperous

But the problem with his quiet, prosperous family life is that it's boring.
Then they returned home to build a prosperous society.
No magazine could have had a more brilliant and prosperous start, or one which gave better promise for continued success.
The crisis brought pain, but also healthy changes that cleared the decks for more prosperous growth and innovation.
The luckier ones survived to become modestly prosperous cattle ranchers.
They're prosperous, energetic, interested in their work and great pals.
It is an unabashedly prosperous place, peppered with lavish multistory tile houses, some with elevators and pools.
It is that science, above all, will keep us prosperous and secure.
But gradually the business became prosperous, and a fixture, and a success.
In prosperous times, this web let them to expand far faster than their capital-or promise-justified.
No nation that cuts off half its population from opportunities will be as productive or prosperous as it could be.
It was not simply that his reign was long, peaceful and prosperous.
But on the whole anti-Semites have lost ground as people have grown more prosperous.
But he has been a happy rail tycoon and a prosperous one.
There will be differences when the different regions and peoples become prosperous.
Some people will become prosperous first, and others later.
The regions that have become prosperous will help the regions that have not.
Some leave developing countries seeking to improve their lives through low-skilled jobs in more-prosperous countries.
Eventually, those cities were also overtaken by other, often more fortuitously situated and therefore more prosperous burgs.
As a large nation with a rapidly growing economy, it can divert money from more prosperous areas to aid one devastated region.

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