enviously : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r with jealousy; in an envious manner
- Britain's protection scheme for private-sector banks guarantees deposits only up to $87,500, causing some jittery savers to look on enviously as some European Union countries .
- Some conservatives have enviously groused about leftists occupying cabinet posts they had coveted for themselves.
- With falling profits from CD sales, record labels are enviously eyeing the buoyant live-music sector, where sponsors are lining up to back sold-out rock and pop gigs and a .
News & Articles
- Why does Candy Crush Saga need TV ads?
In the heady and fast-paced world of online marketing, we're often told that achieving social media awareness is the 'promised land' - we dream of things 'going viral', watching enviously as the likes of Gangnam Style rocket up the YouTube charts and wondering why the stuff we create for our clients don't achieve the same level of awareness.
June 20, 2013 - e-Consultancy
- Jim Doyle in Minneapolis Star Tribune
People are already looking enviously at this water,Doyle said.
- Rufus Wainwright in Rolling Stone
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."
- Richard Mottram in Times Online
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...