Prior to the Zrće tourism boom, Pag residents described Novalja as a “small village” envious of Pag Town to the south.
I am not often envious, no matter how low into the negative my bank account dips.
A keen sailor, I was envious of the crew on board having the chance to sail on these stunning, shimmering blue waters.
Does he really believe that jobless Americans are simply 'envious'?
She does not shy from a fight, and she has a flair for political theater to make Ted Cruz envious.
Charles had little reason to be envious of the possession by his neighbour Lewis, of the country known as New France.
I might perhaps be envious if I had more modesty and less pride.
Lady Katrine stood by, and when she found that these were for Helen, her envious indignation broke forth.
And the poor army looked on with hot cheeks and envious eyes.
He knew that Nat was a favorite, in school and out, with all who knew him, and so he was envious and vindictive.
c.1300, from Anglo-French envious, Old French envieus (13c.), earlier envidius (12c., Modern French envieux), from Latin invidiosus "full of envy" (source of Spanish envidioso, Italian invidioso, Portuguese invejoso), from invidia (see envy). Related: Enviously; enviousness.