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    #1

    what preposition for noun"greed"

    out of greed....or
    for greed


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    Re: what preposition for noun"greed"

    Give us the sentence in which you intend to use it.

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    #3

    Re: what preposition for noun"greed"

    The rich people commit crimes out of greed or
    The rich people commit crimes for greed


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    Re: what preposition for noun"greed"

    "out of" is better.

    Omit "The" unless there is a specific group of rich people about whom you are talking.

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