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Origin of avaricious
Examples from the Web for avariciously
And if it be avariciously asked, "How much must I give him?"The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus|American Anti-Slavery Society
He clutched it avariciously, looked at it as a miser looks at gold, and thrust it into his shirt bosom.Love of Life|Jack London
The man took it, eyed it avariciously and stuffed it into a pocket.Jack Harvey's Adventures|Ruel Perley Smith
I don't like his face—' it's avariciously vicious—he's greedy.Bulldog Carney|W. A. Fraser
Nature is avariciously frugal; in matter it allows no atom to elude her grasp; in mind no thought or feeling to perish.
late 15c., from Old French avaricios "greedy, covetous" (Modern French avaricieux), from avarice (see avarice). An Old English word for it was feoh-georn. Related: Avariciously; avariciousness.