Greedy vs Vulturous - What's the difference?
As adjectives the difference between greedy and vulturous
is that greedy
is having greed; consumed by selfish desires while vulturous
is having the features of a vulture; especially those of being rapacious, greedy, or scavenging.
Having greed; consumed by selfish desires.
* , chapter=7
The Mirror and the Lamp
, passage=“[…] Churchill, my dear fellow, we have such greedy
sharks, and wolves in lamb's clothing. Oh, dear, there's so much to tell you, so many warnings to give you, but all that must be postponed for the moment.”}}
Prone to overeat.
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* See also
* greed (by back-formation)
Having the features of a vulture; especially those of being rapacious, greedy, or scavenging.
:The attorney licked his lips with vulturous delight as he listened to the man's description of neck pain after the accident.