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But I would not believe, and, dazzled by the greed of avarice, I thought that if one eye could show me riches, the other might teach me how to get possession of them.
What passions, what greed, what crimes, the knowledge of such a mine as that would cause!
But a man who believes in something else than his own greed, has necessarily a conscience or standard to which he more or less adapts himself.
How I cursed the cowardice of the neighbours; how I blamed my poor mother for her honesty and her greed, for her past foolhardiness and present weakness!
or has the greed of curiosity too much command of you?
He told himself that, despite his unprecedented suffering, he had never lost his greed for a victory, yet, he said, in a half-apologetic manner to his conscience, he could not but know that a defeat for the army this time might mean many favor- able things for him.
His lust and greed were afire, while his vanity had been wounded to the core.
Probably he reasoned that with my greed for all manner of literature the bad would become known to me along with the good at any rate, and I had better know that he knew it.
The meal happened to be a make-believe tea, and they sat around the board, guzzling in their greed; and really, what with their chatter and recriminations, the noise, as Wendy said, was positively deafening.
Ayub Khan created his own 'greed networks' in connivance with third rate, hand picked politicians like the Chaudhrys of Gujrat, Wattoos of Okara, Khattaks of KPK, Khuros of Sindh etc.
'Mr President, insatiable greed starts with simple, petty graft,' Lacson tweeted his reminder to Duterte.
Greed impels us to multiply our possessions until they become grotesquely disproportionate with our needs.