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Origin of envious
Examples from the Web for enviousness
"Do not give way to the enviousness of your sister's lot," he admonished her, very grave, in his deep voice.Nostromo: A Tale of the Seaboard|Joseph Conrad
"It's nothing but enviousness," he said in a lowered tone, which had a stimulating effect upon my wearied hearing.Falk|Joseph Conrad
For that reason, perhaps, being free from that enviousness that characterizes so many girls, she was a beauty-lover.Blue Robin, the Girl Pioneer|Rena I. Halsey
Word Origin for envious
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.