Avarices [noun]

Definition of Avarices:

extreme greed

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Sentence/Example of Avarices:

Greater mischiefs happen often from folly, meanness, and vanity than from the greater sins of avarice and ambition.

His avarice was disgusting beyond words, and with avarice went a tendency to underhand dealing, harshness, and malice.

Thus age and avarice can always over-leap barriers which, to the young and romantic, are insurmountable.

When anger, avarice, and concupiscence convulse the peace of thy soul, look up to this star and call on Mary.

Then go, miserable wretch,” said the trooper, relinquishing his grasp; “either avarice or delusion has led a noble heart astray!

The sums she named so lightly represented wealth beyond the dreams of avarice.

His parsimony went to the extreme of meanness; his avarice was insatiable and restless.

He who pulls down the former will win wealth beyond the dreams of avarice; but if he touches the latter he will eliminate mankind.

They did not make wars on slight pretences, or for avarice, but to repress attacks, or remedy injustice.

They knew how to feed the fires of envy and avarice in the German people.