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Envious vs. Invious

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Enviousadjective

Feeling or exhibiting envy; jealously desiring the excellence or good fortune of another; maliciously grudging

‘an envious man, disposition, or attack; envious tongues’;

Inviousadjective

untrodden

Enviousadjective

Excessively careful; cautious.

Inviousadjective

impassable

Enviousadjective

(obsolete) Malignant; mischievous; spiteful.

Inviousadjective

Untrodden.

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Enviousadjective

Inspiring envy.

Enviousadjective

Malignant; mischievous; spiteful.

‘Each envious brier his weary legs doth scratch.’;

Enviousadjective

Feeling or exhibiting envy; actuated or directed by, or proceeding from, envy; - said of a person, disposition, feeling, act, etc.; jealously pained by the excellence or good fortune of another; maliciously grudging; - followed by of, at, and against; as, an envious man, disposition, attack; envious tongues.

‘My soul is envious of mine eye.’; ‘Neither be thou envious at the wicked.’;

Enviousadjective

Inspiring envy.

‘He to him leapt, and that same envious gageOf victor's glory from him snatched away.’;

Enviousadjective

Excessively careful; cautious.

‘No men are so envious of their health.’;

Enviousadjective

showing extreme cupidity; painfully desirous of another's advantages;

‘he was never covetous before he met her’; ‘jealous of his success and covetous of his possessions’; ‘envious of their art collection’;

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