• Definition for "bonanza"
    • A rich mine, vein, or pocket of ore.
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bonanza definition

  • noun:
    • A rich mine, vein, or pocket of ore.
    • A source of great wealth or prosperity.
    • In mining, a rich mine or vein of gold or silver.
    • The point at which two mommy lodes intersect
    • By expansion, everything which is a mine of wealth or yields a big income or return.
    • In mining, an abundant mine or vein of silver or silver; hence, everything that is a mine of wide range or yields a large income.
    • A term in keeping used in the Pacific States, signifying a rich mass of ore: against borrasca.
    • Hence—2. A mine of wide range; a profitable thing; good luck: since, to strike a bonanza.
    • an abrupt occurring that brings fortune (as an abrupt possibility to generate income)
    • a particularly rich vein of valuable ore
    • an abundant my own, vein, or pocket of ore.
    • A source of good wide range or success.
    • In mining, an abundant mine or vein of silver or gold.
    • the point where two mommy lodes intersect
    • By expansion, something which can be a mine of wide range or yields a large earnings or return.
    • In mining, an abundant mine or vein of gold or gold; therefore, something that is a mine of wealth or yields a large earnings.
    • a phrase in accordance use within the Pacific shows, signifying an abundant size of ore: in opposition to borrasca.
    • Hence—2. A mine of wealth; a profitable thing; all the best: since, to hit a bonanza.
    • a-sudden occurring that brings fortune (as a-sudden possibility to generate income)
    • a particularly wealthy vein of precious ore
  • others:
    • extremely substantial and profitable. Compare bonanza, n., 2.
    • really substantial and lucrative. Compare bonanza, n., 2.
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