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use "covetous" in a sentence

It was considered to be variously a covetous man banished to guard a corner of heaven against evil monsters; or a monster equipped with only a head which tries to devour men but hurts only itself.

For you may be sure of this, that everyone who is sexually immoral or impure, or who is
Although Nasser did not intend to covet Lebanon, seeing it as a special case, Aburish 2004, p. 164 he felt obliged to back his supporters through giving Abdel Hamid Sarraj the task of sending them money, light arms, and training officers.

Translated as "Beak covet," Shidon is a bird Shinma with sword blades on his wrists.

And so he is satisfied with his portion and does not allow his heart to covet and desire something that is not his, for he knows that God does not wish to give it to him; he cannot take it by force or by his thoughts or schemes.

Rather, they covet the shortcut to wealth.

Even the Ten Commandments require careful contextualisation in order to make their details relevant to our culture and situation, e.g. how many of us are likely to covet their neighbours donkey today?

It records which cuddling positions we like best. I know that I have a high proportion of oxytocin receptors in my hands because (more than other people) I like holding hands with people who I covet.

May the God of Battles shiver every arrow in thy quiver, And the nobly-flowing river thou dost covet drown thy hate.

Be aware of his buddies who are identified by the names of Anger, Frustration, Discord, Hatred, Malice, Strife, covet, Pride and Envy.

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