enviously enviously /ˈɛn vi əs li/
- (adv) with jealousy; in an envious manner
- Some conservatives have enviously groused about leftists occupying cabinet posts they had coveted for themselves.
- In the industrial areas, groups of unemployed gaze enviously through factory fences at those lucky enough to be working.
- "People are already looking enviously at this water," Doyle said.on May 27, 2008 By: Jim Doyle Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune
- "I was just out of rehab at that point," says Wainwright. "So I watched enviously as others lost their minds. It was like watching Chekhov."on Apr 7, 2008 By: Rufus Wainwright Source: Rolling Stone
- Giving the annual Demos security lecture, Sir Richard said: "It would perhaps not be revealing a great secret to add that the rest of Whitehall, particularly in the international sphere, has looked on enviously as extra resources have been allocated...on Dec 19, 2007 By: Richard Mottram Source: Times Online