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envy n. 羡慕; 嫉妒，妒忌; vi. 感到妒忌; 显示出妒忌;
envying v. 妒忌，羡慕( envy的现在分词 );
envy of 羡慕…;
envy for 因。。。而妒忌，羡慕;
They were divided by mutual suspicion and jealousies.
He acted out from jealousy.
She gave vent to her anger and jealousy.
They are consumed with jealousy at her success.
I don't think I'm envious of your success
Do I sound envious? I pity them, actually.
Maybe there is jealousy, but I think the envy is more powerful
Her beauty causes envy and jealousy.
They looked at him with a mixture of horror, envy, and awe.
Unconscious envy manifests itself very often as this kind of arrogance
A jealous colleague could spread scandalous gossip about you.
Jealousy causes distress and painful emotions.
I certainly don't begrudge him the Nobel Prize.
He had not bargained on the mad jealousy which both women developed.
Yes, I was hurt, jealous
He's rude to her friends and obsessively jealous
Jealousy drives people to murder
Antonia will not be jealous, or if she is, she will not show it.
She hates me having any fun and is quite jealous and spoiled.
He experiences chronic, almost pathological jealousy
Families have their problems and jealousies, but blood is thicker than water.
I'd be ashamed to admit feeling jealous
He had lain awake all night, tormented by jealousy.
Glover thinks that Smith did him down, perhaps out of envy.
Jealousy is a primal emotion.
You have an intellectual rapport, a kind of easy companionship that makes me really jealous.
That kind of jealousy doesn't bother me
A thought struck her. Was she jealous of her mother, then?
He could react rather jealously when and if another child comes on the scene
Don't waste your time being eaten up with envy.