wealth：avarice 贪婪，贪心；dowry 嫁妆；means 金钱，财富；opulence 富裕，丰富；covet 垂涎，贪图（尤指属于他人的东西）；fleece 骗取（某人）；hoard 贮藏；affluent 富裕的，丰富的；financial 财政的，金融的；lavish 慷慨的、大方的，过多的、过度的；lucrative 可获利的，赚钱的。
1. avarice 贪婪，贪心
People who suffer from avarice spend much less and save much more than they should.
2. dowry 嫁妆
With his wife’s dowry, the young attorney was able to open a law office.
3. means 金钱，财富
To own an expensive home,a yacht,and a limousine,you have to be a man of means.
4. opulence 富裕，丰富
Dickens contrasts the opulence of France’s nobility with the indigence of her peasants.
5. covet 垂涎，贪图（尤指属于他人的东西）
Peter coveted his neighbor’s farm but could not get her to sell it.
6. fleece 骗取（某人）
If your brother paid $400 for that car,he was fleeced.the mechanic says it is worth $150.
7. hoard 贮藏
Tom had a reputation as a miser who hoarded every penny he could get his hands on.
8. affluent 富裕的，丰富的
The new wing to the hospital was made possible by a gift of $500000 from an affluent contributor.
9. financial 财政的，金融的
People who keep spending more than they earn usually get into financial difficulties.
10. lavish 慷慨的、大方的，过多的、过度的
The young heir was warned that he would soon have nothing left if he continued to be lavish with money.
Vera’s composition is good,but it doesn’t deserve the lavish praise that Linda gave it.
11. lucrative 可获利的，赚钱的
To run a restaurant is a lucrative business.