avarice

[ av-er-is ]SEE DEFINITION OF avarice

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There is no limit to the moral baseness of the man of avarice.

The offspring of pride, and lust, and avarice, it is indigenous to the world.

He is incapable of envy or avarice, whether from virtue or from carelessness.

The old jests about her avarice were repeated over and over again.

Of course you know that ambition and avarice are held to be, as indeed they are, a disgrace?

As soon as Terence saw the sovereigns all his Irish avarice was roused.

Avarice was his master-passion; and, second to this, gross sensuality.

De Soto was well aware of the timidity and avarice of the captain.

I felt mortified, and the reproach of avarice hurt me deeply.

His stinginess bordered on avarice, and he had never changed his trade.

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