“I was very excited to get it, and I knew it was a coveted part,” she says.
Jang has stripped the military of much of its coveted revenue streams from illicit activities.
If all goes well, they might score a coveted Cabinet position.
Ultimately lesser-known actors Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy) and Dakota Johnson (Ben and Kate) were cast in the coveted roles.
Aside from his allergic reaction to the spotlight in general, our significant hurdle was navigating his coveted independence.
And I am beginning to understand why I coveted it; the having it makes all the difference that I expected.
Ah, if only his men could seize and hold that coveted elevation!
Bounty in land was the coveted reward of Virginia troops in the old French and Indian war.
Everyone, he thought, must have adored her; all men assuredly must have coveted her.
The reputation that he coveted most was, as he declared, in a letter to Samuel Mather, that of a doer of good.
mid-13c., from Old French coveitier "covet, desire, lust after" (12c., Modern French convoiter, influenced by con- words), probably ultimately from Latin cupiditas "passionate desire, eagerness, ambition," from cupidus "very desirous," from cupere "long for, desire" (see cupidity). Related: Coveted; coveting.