cupidity

[ kyoo-pid-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF cupidity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUPIDITY

A new look flashed into her eyes, not cupidity, but purpose.

Romance, more than cupidity, is what attracts the gold-brick investor.

“I am that,” exclaimed the other, with a gleam of cupidity in his shifty eyes.

He was about to let her carry out her threat if she saw fit when his cupidity overcame him.

The curses of Heaven light on the cupidity that has destroyed such a race.

The cupidity of the shrewd and unscrupulous and the caprice of the shallow and frivolous.

That the cupidity of Rasputin knew no bounds I was well aware.

But this had only excited the cupidity of the other petty states.

The spirit of revenge with an American Indian is tenfold stronger than cupidity.

There was none of the cupidity of women for jewels in her look.

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