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1. Definition of Greed : a selfish and excessive desire for more of something (such as money) than is needed motivated by naked ambition and Greed Synonyms More …

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2. Greed rarely hits quite as hard as it ought to, but solid laughs and a smartly assembled cast keep this one-percent satire entertaining.

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3. Greed is an excessive love or desire for money or any possession. Greed is not merely caring about money and possessions, but caring too much about them

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4. Find 31 ways to say Greed, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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5. 12 synonyms of Greed from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 28 related words, definitions, and antonyms

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6. Greed: an intense selfish desire for wealth or possessions.

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7. Greed is a spiritual disease of the heart affecting all areas of a person’s life.

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8. Scripture doesn’t specifically define Greed

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9. In America, we often relegate Greed as some abstract quality only the uber rich are guilty of

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10. The rest of us just “want” stuff… we’d never be downright Greedy! But perhaps, Greed affects more of us than the uber rich

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11. Maybe Greed is simply not being content

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12. An excessive desire to acquire or possess more than what one needs or deserves, especially with respect to material wealth: "Many attach to competition the stigma of selfish Greed" (Henry Fawcett)

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13. [Back-formation from Greedy.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.

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14. Greed (2019) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

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15. So much so that Jesus spoke and taught about money more than he did any other topic! God knows that Greed will destroy us

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16. If we become focused on accumulating more wealth, we become focused and driven by Greed and are never content

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17. Often, Greed opens the door to other sins and we find ourselves falling farther from God and what He …

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18. While Greed is a strong desire for more and more possessions (such as wealth and power), envy goes one step further and includes a strong desire by Greedy people for the possessions of others

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19. C1 a very strong wish to continuously get more of something, especially food or money: I don't know why I'm eating more - it's not hunger, it's just Greed! He was unsympathetic with many house sellers, …

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20. Unrestrained Greed in an individual can lead to callousness, arrogance, and even megalomania

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21. A person dominated by Greed will often ignore the harm their actions can cause others

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22. Sweat shops, unsafe working conditions and destruction of livelihoods are all consequences of people whose personal Greed overcame their social consciences.

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23. Greed is a game Mechanic that increases the chance to earn double when killing Mobs

Greed, Game

24. Greed will also affect Fishing by increasing the percentage of getting certain fish depending on how high their rarity is

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25. One way Greed can be obtained is by equipment that gives it

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26. The Pirate Hat is one of the Headgears that can improve your Greed stat

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27. Greed is the reason for drug dealings, stealing, robbing, lying, fraud, and other sinful businesses such as the porn industry, and more.When you’re Greedy for money you will do anything to get the money you love

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28. Greed is a topic that seldom finds mention, and generally gives rise to discomfort when it does

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29. Greed is the root of all evil The guy who holds nine gets too much stress over his Greed for that last one They wanted these goods and services not out of Greed for possesion

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30.Greed only knows the beholder” - English Only forum

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31. Greed, in all of its forms – Greed for life, for money, for love, knowledge – has marked the upward surge of mankind

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32. – Gordon Gekko, Wall Street (1987) Gordon Gekko’s rant on the virtues of Greed in Oliver Stone’s 1987 movie Wall Street has become an iconic touchstone in …

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33. Behind every story is a little Greed

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34. The Devil is in the Retail, #GreedMovie starring Steve Coogan, David Mitchell and Isla Fisher

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35. At Cinemas February 21.Greed tells the story of self-made Brit

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36. With Greed, Winterbottom was keen to highlight the way celebrity spokespeople can create a smoke-and-mirrors distraction from what is happening …

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37. Greed destroys friendships, relationships, and is the root cause of bigger mankind troubles like war and corruption

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38. If you don’t control and become aware of it, your Greed will only increase with each passing day.

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39. However, Greed drives you to value immediate benefits to an extent that you ignore potential future costs

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40.Greed” is presented as a hagiographic McCreadie biography gone wrong, commissioned by its proudly exploitative subject but written by blinkered freelancer Nick (David Mitchell), a sap who only realizes how vile McCreadie is while he conducts research.Nick’s editorial commentary presumably makes McCreadie look like the ugliest character in his own fawning narrative, especially since it

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41. Powerful even in its incomplete form, Erich von Stroheim's Greed is a spoil of cinematic riches and a harrowing treatise on the corrupting allure of money

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42. Greed is a bottomless pit which exhausts the person in an endless effort to satisfy the need without ever reaching satisfaction

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43. The Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's need but not for every man's Greed.

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44. It was Greed that pushed him into the kitchen to eat all of the cake

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45. Greed, American silent film drama, released in 1924, that was director Erich von Stroheim’s big-budget masterpiece

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46. Greed is an adaptation of Frank Norris’s novel McTeague (1899)

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47. Greed is an overwhelming urge to have more of something, usually more than you really need

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48. Watching kids at a birthday party furiously grabbing for candy from a piñata, you might find yourself surprised at their Greed.

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49. Greed, in all of its forms; Greed for life, for money, for love, for knowledge has marked the upward surge of mankind." Gekko then compared the United States to a "malfunctioning corporation" that Greed could still save

Greed, Gekko

50. America has been built into the largest economy in the history of the world as a result of capitalism and, while there are ample opportunities for bad Greed, there are just as

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51.Greed has taken over football’ ‘the colonists' Greed for African land’ ‘His Greed and love of power, are of course, allowed to run in parallel by the laws of compulsory purchase.’ ‘It has only bred and encouraged a race for Greed and amassing wealth at the cost of the sufferers.’

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