Designer Tomas Maier presented a collection that was rich, sophisticated, and covetous.
She gathered together all her nicest things, and, not content with her own, cast a covetous eye on the possessions of her sisters.
His covetous, despairing eyes dwelt on her and clung about her.
Here, alas, a covetous rat made a bonne bouche of the bon mot—perhaps it is as well!
Spoken of covetous people, who will never be satisfied while they are alive.
"Great business," said Big Slim, a covetous glint in his eyes.
For he is as covetous of wealth as he is conceited about his personal appearance.
Rich, they were eager to be more rich; well placed in society, they were covetous of higher social distinction.
It is but to make the miser still more a miser, and the covetous only the more so.
He was shrewd as well as high-spirited; he was not covetous for the garden if the wasps' nest remained undemolished.