envious


envious
en|vi|ous [ `enviəs ] adjective
unhappy because you want very much to do something that someone else does or have something that they have:
He saw their envious glances and felt distinctly uncomfortable.
envious of: He was envious of the local boys who could see her every day.
─ compare JEALOUS
╾ en|vi|ous|ly adverb

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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