greed[ greed ]SEE DEFINITION OF greed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GREED
Women were like she wolves for greed when they had a brood of whelps.
Dishonesty has its source in the covetousness and greed of the human heart.
There was nothing of the Warden's estimate in these eyes; nothing of cruelty nor deceit nor greed.
Greed—mere greed—for I do not need this money which may destroy us all!
His greed at dinner, too, was closely in keeping with the greed of Monsieur Rigaud at breakfast.
It is usually co-existent with the lawyer, the priest, the family and the greed for gold.
For push and greed are among the commonest faults of an aristocracy.
Yet no greed for gold, but the grace of heaven, ever the king had kept in view.
Injustice and greed would be the real thing if we lived for ever.
It was out of vanity and greed that she had married him, because of the position in the world that he could give her.