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Nabob 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Nabob 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam with antonyms, synonyms and illustrations and in short authentic passages for advanced learners of english and GRE candidates. You can improve your reading and listening comprehension as well.

/ˈneɪ.bɒb/ (noun)

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a rich and influential person, magnate, eminence, fat cat, tycoon, an important and powerful person, billionaire, nawab, millionaire


Being rich is more than about the dollar amount.

Being a rich person or nabob is a state of mind. In a sense, you could be rich but still poor, and vice versa.

You can define “rich” in different ways. There are a lot of people who simply consider it as having a lot of money. For them, rich is equivalent to a being a millionaire.

But rich can also be psychological richness. It is an achievement of being able to live without the worry of money. You don’t necessarily need to own a castle to be considered rich. Everyone can be rich as long as we are able to do what we desire freely and to have the fulfilment in life. The key of it is to live with or even less than what you have. To be “normal” even when you are financially capable to do a lot more.

You might have your own preference on which definition suits you better, but here are some ways on how to get rich. It may help you achieve either (or both) of them.

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destitute, poor, indigent

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