covetous[ kuhv-i-tuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF covetous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COVETOUS
If it were to take any money, ought he not to make the most covetous march in the front?
For with the incontinent man it is not as with the self-seeker and the covetous.
He smiled ever so faintly as he saw the covetous gleam in her eyes.
In all this there is nothing of a self-seeking or covetous kind.
If he was cruel and covetous, he was punished for it in this world heavily enough.
It is a covetous grasping, a recognition that the other is indispensable.
This, of course, was not because Hubert was guilty, but because His Majesty was covetous.
Does she, too, think he had his covetous eye on the St. Vincent fortune?
His covetous, despairing eyes dwelt on her and clung about her.
There might be other causes: some men say he was proud, and covetous, and unpitiful.