avarice

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Anglisy[Ovay]

Origine et histoire de « avarice » Etimolojia

Open book 01.svg Anarana iombonana

avarice  ♦ X-SAMPA : AAI : /ˈævəɹɪs/

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(Sary)
  1. hihitra
    • Et l'avarice, considérée comme un péché par l'Église catholique, est devenue le signe d'une défense intelligente contre la surconsommation.
    • Il se refuse tout, il se prive de tout, par pure avarice. — Son avarice le fait vivre d’une manière sordide.
    • With this there grows, In my most ill-compos’d affection, such A stanchless avarice, that, were I king, I should cut off the nobles for their lands.
    • Whether they were always so free from avarice, partialities, or want, that a bribe, or some other sinister view, could have no place among them?
    • Oppression is often the consequence, but seldom or never the means of riches; and though avarice will preserve a man from being necessitously poor, it generally makes him too timorous to be wealthy.
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Wiki puzzle.svg Anagrama

    • Et l'avarice, considérée comme un péché par l'Église catholique, est devenue le signe d'une défense intelligente contre la surconsommation. [ Alain Rey, Les radins savent gérer leur argent, dans 60 millions de consommateurs, hors-série n°151, oct.-nov. 2010 (loharano)]

Frantsay[Ovay]

Open book 01.svg Anarana iombonana

vhv. avarice  ♦ X-SAMPA : AAI : a.va.ʁis

(Sary)
  1. hihitra
    • Et l'avarice, considérée comme un péché par l'Église catholique, est devenue le signe d'une défense intelligente contre la surconsommation.
    • Il se refuse tout, il se prive de tout, par pure avarice. — Son avarice le fait vivre d’une manière sordide.
    • With this there grows, In my most ill-compos’d affection, such A stanchless avarice, that, were I king, I should cut off the nobles for their lands.
    • Whether they were always so free from avarice, partialities, or want, that a bribe, or some other sinister view, could have no place among them?
    • Oppression is often the consequence, but seldom or never the means of riches; and though avarice will preserve a man from being necessitously poor, it generally makes him too timorous to be wealthy.
    • (...)