greedy

[ gree-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF greedy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GREEDY

Malbone, greedy of emotion, was drinking to the dregs a passion that could have no to-morrow.

They were thinking: "That greedy little girl has gone on and on eating."

Those who have much are often greedy; those who have little always share.

Rgina was greedy, but her pride was greater than her greediness.

Oh yes, any thing at all, ma'am; I'm not greedy—nor needy, thanks above!

The stork is a bird of prey; it is vigilant, greedy, and catches gudgeons.

They were greedy, and, in their besotted avarice, they killed the goose.

The dragon had not yet satisfied his hunger and opened his greedy jaws wide.

I cried, my whole attitude changing to one of greedy expectation.

Peasants were greedy, narrow, unimaginative, lacking in public spirit.

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