greedy

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Synonyms for greedy

Synonyms for greedy

having a strong urge to obtain or possess something, especially material wealth, in quantity

wanting to eat or drink more than one can reasonably consume

having an insatiable appetite for an activity or pursuit

Synonyms for greedy

immoderately desirous of acquiring e.g. wealth

(often followed by 'for') ardently or excessively desirous

wanting to eat or drink more than one can reasonably consume

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So the board lied, stupidly believing that the greediest workers of Cyprus would not cause trouble for their moollah.
If I was told I was one of the greediest -- greediest for the truth good and beautiful -- I plead guilty.
gt;In a nutshell: Dark and deadly capitalism in the early days of the California oil rush, with Day-Lewis playing perhaps the greediest character put on screen since, well, "Greed.
FUNGUS AMONG THEM Fungi can put the greediest human land developers to shame when it comes to turning open real estate into homes.
One of the greediest moves ever by big telephone companies appears--for the moment--to have run amok, if not backfired.
Put some muscle behind the anti-gouging movement by hiring experienced political protesters to picket the greediest hotels, restaurants and other establishments.
However, when the Cadwalladers win 40 million dollars in the lottery, they turn into the greediest, nastiest people you could imagine.
It's laughable to see the NCAA, perhaps the greediest organization of all time, investigate those who violate the rules the NCAA legislates.
Since the United States is undeniably the greediest country in the world, it's easy to argue that we finally have the president we deserve.
The Fed has the most on its plate, because the Fed was greediest.
The entire Guinness Book of World Records depends on this myth -- that someone or something can be the fastest, slowest, fattest, thinnest, wettest, driest, coldest, hottest, greediest, laziest .
And the opposite was a terrible thing to behold: "Beginning with the Reagan revolution of 1981, perhaps the greediest and most cynical years in our history as a people, the acquisitive ideology so decried by the Sixties' rebellions achieved full fruition.
Priced at $1,978 (the year the original show premiered) and valued at more than $10,000, each two-person package brings to life the luxury and high drama of America's greediest, most notorious heirs, beginning with: