Acquisitive and Gluttonous

Acquisitive

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Acquisitive adjective – Having or marked by an eager and often selfish desire especially for material possessions.
Usage example: acquisitive developers are trying to tear down the historic home and build a shopping mall

Gluttonous and acquisitive are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Gluttonous" instead an adjective "Acquisitive".
Nearby Words: acquisition, acquisitiveness
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Gluttonous

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Gluttonous adjective – Having a huge appetite.
Acquisitive and gluttonous are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Acquisitive" instead an adjective "Gluttonous".
Nearby Words: gluttony, glutton, gluttonously
Synonyms for Gluttonous

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