He feared no criticism, and was unenvious of the fame of rivals.
He is sorry for those who are unfortunate, and unenvious of those who have succeeded.
"There's something so stylish about you, Anne," said Diana, with unenvious admiration.
She was unenvious, because she was going to have all these things soon.
Such, too, was Nesbitt; the older members of the profession loved him, and those of his own age were unenvious and esteemed him.
In all essentials her desires were as simple and unenvious as his.
Ned Lawless never changed his position, but seemed as careless and unenvious as the youngest lad in court.
She had gazed with unenvious admiration on the palaces of upper Fifth Avenue and the Park.
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.