They also are sure to continue portraying millionaire Mitt as the greedy capitalist devil incarnate.
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But Harry, handsome ex-Marine and feted author, is greedy for more happiness than Maddy, a WASP goddess, gives him.
His killers are no less foolish, greedy, or fearful than the folks back home, and that is a truth which will not fade with time.
The Silicon Valley tech firms tend to be every bit as cutthroat and greedy as any capitalist enterprise before it.
If thou sit at a bountiful table, be not greedy upon it, and say not, There is much meat on it.
Malbone, greedy of emotion, was drinking to the dregs a passion that could have no to-morrow.
They will go without meals, play at all hours, and are as greedy as can be about holding on to courts.
Rgina was greedy, but her pride was greater than her greediness.
All the time Reynard casts a greedy eye on some chickens, and makes a dash at one shortly after.
Old English grædig (West Saxon), gredig (Anglian) "voracious," also "covetous," from Proto-Germanic *grædagaz (cf. Old Saxon gradag "greedy," Old Norse graðr "greed, hunger," Danish graadig, Dutch gretig, Old High German gratag "greedy"), from *græduz (cf. Gothic gredus "hunger," Old English grædum "eagerly"), possibly from PIE root *gher- "to like, want" (cf. Sanskrit grdh "to be greedy").
In Greek, the word was philargyros, literally "money-loving." A German word for it is habsüchtig, from haben "to have" + sucht "sickness, disease," with sense tending toward "passion for."