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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrichnessrich‧ness /ˈrɪtʃnəs/ noun [uncountable]  1 if something has richness, it contains a lot of interesting thingsrichness of the richness and diversity of the Amazonian rain forests a literary work of remarkable richness and vitality2 the richness of a colour, taste, smell, or sound is the quality that makes it richrichness of the richness of the autumn colours
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richnessThe individuality and richness of their lives - given a glance of a chance - mocked such lumpen labels.Its warmth and richness will add the finishing touches that are all important to the dress of your dreams.She secured new buildings; and her recruitment of distinguished lecturers and performers from many spheres brought intellectual excitement and cultural richness.It is equally doubtful that more media richness is always better.The remarkable natural richness of the coral reef has been squeezed further into the hyper-natural richness of a synthetic reef.And it's almost defiantly thick, but I miss the smoky richness that bacon or ham brings to the recipe.All are printed in platinum, an expensive and painstaking process that yields black-and-white prints of great textual richness.Use any medium, charcoal, ink or pencil to explore and express the richness and vitality of the bird world.
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