rich with

rich with something

having a lot of something; abundant in something. The beautiful book was rich with color illustrations. The old town was rich with elegant Victorian houses.
See also: rich
References in classic literature ?
Margaret found a place as nursery governess and felt rich with her small salary.
Some were placed in urns, rich with old carving, and others in common garden pots; some crept serpent-like along the ground or climbed on high, using whatever means of ascent was offered them.
It seems as if men had no right to make themselves rich with it.
According to Goldbart and DiFuria "sudden wealth syndrome" describes a set of symptoms common to folks who have struck it rich with dot.