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  • noun informal An event characterized by greed.


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greed +‎ -fest


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  • As Lane deplores "the kind of greedfest that comes along only once every thousand years," most readers will be led to conclude that the financial meltdown was the result of an unprecedented outbreak of heretofore unknown avarice on Wall Street. -- 2010

  • While the stellar Salt Lake Games went a long way toward erasing the ugly memory of Atlanta's '96 greedfest, there remain residual resentments from its bid scandal.

    Starr Gazing: Nyc's Olympic Dream Is Still Alive 2007

  • The Democraps share in responsibility for much of what sucks in this slimy greedfest spewed forth by Washington, but the GOPigs have upped the ante with policies that so blatantly against the laws of nature and common decency that they deserve summary execution as a first step in righting the wrongs.

    More than a tragedy — a scandal « BuzzMachine 2005

  • Or it might be because 30 years of supply-side greedfest has destroyed our economy ... - most clicked links 2009

  • Because we're all supposed to be happy and joyful that we're hosting this corporate greedfest disguised as a sports event, haven't you heard?

    Planet Ubuntu 2009

  • Thanksgiving in Canada happens before Hallowe’en and in the US it happens after, being the last big holiday (good for buying food) before the mega merchandise shopapaloozablowout greedfest.

    Holiday Fever: How To Tame It « Colleen Anderson 2009


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