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rapacious-adjective  [ruh-pey-shuhs]
1. given to seizing for plunder or the satisfaction of greed.
2. inordinately greedy; predatory; extortionate: a rapacious disposition.
3. (of animals) subsisting by the capture of living prey

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/rapacious

The lord of the manor was proven to be extremely rapacious when he raised the taxes for the second time in as many moths.
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