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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
greed (noun)
a selfish and excessive desire for more of something (as money) than is needed
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
greed (noun)
an intense selfish desire for wealth or possessions
SYNONIMS:
acquisitiveness, avarice, avariciousness, avidity, avidness, covetousness, cupidity, graspingness, greediness, mercenariness, rapaciousness, rapacity
RELATED WORDS:
commercialism, materialism, possessiveness; gluttonousness, gluttony, piggishness; appetite, craving, desire, drive, hankering, hunger, itch, longing, lust, passion, pining, ravenousness, thirst, voracity, yearning, yen; egoism, egotism, self-centeredness, self-interest, selfishness, self-regard
NEAR ANTONYMS:
contentment, fulfillment ( fulfilment), gratification, satisfaction; bounteousness, bountifulness, bounty, charity, generosity, generousness, largesse ( largess), liberality, magnanimity, openhandedness, openheartedness, unselfishness; altruism, selflessness
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