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欲, 慾, よく

  • yoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • greed
  • craving
  • desire
  • avarice
  • wants

Examples of 欲,慾,よく in a Sentence

He is a man of few wants.
Love of money is common to all men.
I don't have much desire for wealth.
I think the love of money is common to us all.
He is selfish and greedy.
He's power-hungry.
His greed for power knows no bounds.
His greed brought him low.
The richer he became, the more he wanted.
The greedy man was by no means satisfied with the reward.

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