greed

  • 1Greed — グリード (Gurīdo) Sexo Masculino Primera aparición Capítulo 25 (manga) Episodio 22 (Full Metal Alchemist) Episodio 13 (Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood) Fullmetal Alchemist (manga) …

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  • 2greed´i|ly — greed|y «GREE dee», adjective, greed|i|er, greed|i|est. 1. wanting to get more than one s share; eager for gain or wealth. SYNONYM(S): avaricious, covetous, rapacious. 2 …

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  • 3greed|y — «GREE dee», adjective, greed|i|er, greed|i|est. 1. wanting to get more than one s share; eager for gain or wealth. SYNONYM(S): avaricious, covetous, rapacious. 2 …

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  • 4greed — [ grid ] noun uncount 1. ) a strong wish to have more money, things, or power than you need: a growing culture of corporate greed (=the greed of large companies) their greed for power 2. ) a strong wish to have more food than you need …

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  • 5Greed — (gr[=e]d ), n. [Akin to Goth. gr[=e]dus hunger, Icel. gr[=a][eth]r. [root]34. See {Greedy.}] An eager desire or longing; greediness; as, a greed of gain. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 6Greed — (englisch für Gier) ist: der Originaltitel des Films Gier (1924) der Name einer deutschen Band, siehe Greed (Band) der Name des Albums der Swans, siehe Greed …

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  • 7Greed — «Greed» Сингл Godsmack Выпущен 2001 Записан 2000 Жанр грув метал Длительность 3:29 Лейбл Universal / Republic Records …

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  • 8greed — [gri:d] n [U] [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: greedy] a strong desire for more food, money, power, possessions etc than you need ▪ people motivated by jealousy and greed …

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  • 9greed — noun acquisitiveness, appetency, avarice, avariciousness, avaritia, aviditas, avidity, covetousness, crapulence, cupiditas, cupidity, desire to hoard wealth, eagerness, edacity, excess, gluttonous appettite, gluttony, greediness, guiosity,… …

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  • 10greed — c.1600, a back formation from GREEDY (Cf. greedy) …

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  • 11greed — *cupidity, rapacity, avarice Analogous words: greediness, covetousness, avariciousness, acquisitiveness (see corresponding adjectives at COVETOUS): voraciousness, ravenousness, rapaciousness, gluttonousness or gluttony (see corresponding… …

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  • 12greed — [n] overwhelming desire for more acquisitiveness, avarice, avidity, covetousness, craving, cupidity, eagerness, edacity, esurience, excess, gluttony, gormandizing, graspingness, hunger, indulgence, insatiableness, intemperance, longing,… …

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  • 13greed — ► NOUN ▪ intense and selfish desire for food, wealth, or power …

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  • 14greed — [grēd] n. [back form. < GREEDY] excessive desire for getting or having, esp. wealth; desire for more than one needs or deserves; avarice; cupidity …

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  • 15Greed — For other uses, see Greed (disambiguation). 1909 painting The Worship of Mammon by Evelyn De Morgan …

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  • 16greed — 01. The collective [greed] of mankind has resulted in a planet where our resources are being used up at an alarming rate. 02. His endless [greed] has made him an angry, unsatisfied person. 03. Casinos are the realm of hope, and [greed]. 04. Too… …

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  • 17greed — n. 1) to demonstrate, display greed 2) insatiable greed 3) greed for 4) consumed with greed * * * [griːd] display greed consumed with greed insatiable greed to demonstrate greed for …

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  • 18greed — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ pure, sheer, simple ▪ human, personal ▪ corporate ▪ the evils of corporate greed …

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  • 19Greed — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Greed, film de Erich von Stroheim de 1924, parmi les plus longs par leur durée. Greed, album du groupe Swans de 1986. Greed, jeu télévisé de 1999 2000.… …

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  • 20greed — greedless, adj. greedsome, adj. /greed/, n. excessive or rapacious desire, esp. for wealth or possessions. [1600 10; back formation from GREEDY] Syn. avarice, avidity, cupidity, covetousness; voracity, ravenousness, rapacity. GREED, GREEDINESS… …

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