Greed [noun]

Definition of Greed:

overwhelming desire for more

Opposite/Antonyms of Greed:

Sentence/Example of Greed:

If so, investor sentiment is in the process of shifting from greed to complacency.

So it was disappointing to see that, at its weeklong convention in August, the Democratic Party didn’t go far enough in reining in the Wall Street greed and excess that have created a crisis for working people, particularly in retail.

Working people who have lost our jobs and health insurance to private equity have been forced to fight back against their greed ourselves.

Culture, greed, liability laws and good intentions gone awry.

They see an entitlement that says only certain people belong here, that greed is good, and winning is everything because as long as you come out on top, it doesn’t matter what happens to everyone else.

But wise and successful as were his methods, the glory of his rule was darkened by his harshness and greed.

The creature's ears seemed literally to twitch with greed of news as he crossed the great quiet room.

These same mothers are now being forced to give these sons for useless slaughter so that the greed of nations can be appeased.

Did God create human lives and fertile lands to have them all fall before the greed of man?

The kitten, with the greed of its kind, devoured the cream, covering its small nose and whiskers with a pinkish film.