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[ごう()·よく()]
gouyoku
na adjective, noun

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[ごう()·よく()]
gouyoku

English Meaning(s) for 強欲

na adjective, noun
  1. greedy; avaricious; rapacious; insatiable

Definition and Synonyms for 強欲

Greed reprehensible acquisitiveness
Synonyms: あこぎ, 利欲, 多欲, 大欲, 強欲, 業突く張り, 欲張り, 欲張る, 欲深, 貪婪, 貪欲, 貪汚
Rapaciousness an excessive desire for wealth (usually in large amounts)
Synonyms: 強欲, 貪欲
Hoggishness an excessive desire for food
Synonyms: 強欲
Greed excessive desire to acquire or possess more (especially more material wealth) than one needs or deserves
Synonyms: 強欲
Covetousness extreme greed for material wealth
Synonyms: 強欲, 欲張り, 欲張る, 欲心, 欲深, 貪婪, 貪欲
Greed insatiable desire for wealth (personified as one of the deadly sins)
Synonyms: あこぎ, 利欲, 多欲, 大欲, 強欲, 業突く張り, 欲張り, 欲張る, 欲深, 貪婪, 貪欲, 貪汚

Meanings for each kanji in 強欲

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longing; covetousness; greed; passion; desire; craving Kanji Details »

Categories 強欲 is a member of

Deadly Sin an unpardonable sin entailing a total loss of grace
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Selfishness stinginess resulting from a concern for your own welfare and a disregard of others
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Gluttony habitual eating to excess
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Desire an inclination to want things
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Greed excessive desire to acquire or possess more (especially more material wealth) than one needs or deserves
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Sample Sentences for 強欲

Although he had many toys, his greed made him want more.
He let his greed get the better of him.

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