Gluttonous and Mercenary


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Gluttonous adjective – Having a huge appetite.
Mercenary and gluttonous are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Mercenary" instead an adjective "Gluttonous".
Nearby Words: gluttony, glutton, gluttonously
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Mercenary adjective – Having or marked by an eager and often selfish desire especially for material possessions.
Usage example: they were a mercenary couple, who defined themselves not by what they were but by what they owned

Gluttonous and mercenary are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Gluttonous" instead an adjective "Mercenary".
Nearby Word: mercenarily
Synonyms for Mercenary

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character gluttonous character mercenary character
woman gluttonous woman mercenary woman
nature gluttonous nature mercenary nature
characters gluttonous characters mercenary characters
Other nouns: thief, father, protagonist, ways, adventures.
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