Etymology: Latin opulentus, from ops power, help; akin to Latin opus work
exhibiting or characterized by opulence: as
a. having a large estate or property ; wealthy <hoping to marry an opulent widow> b. amply or plentifully provided or fashioned often to the point of ostentation <living in opulent comfort> Synonyms: see rich • opulently adverb
New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.