- Scots jalouse, from Old French jalouser. (Wiktionary)
“The world is ready for Obama. go for it. end for the stupid en jalouse people, A dem. is A dem, and not A rep. if obama wins, he hat more fans than Hillary. shame on you. sorry for the language, i m 62 jears old and learnet no english.”
“I sink she eez anozzer good writer who make you soooo jalouse.”
“I am, like other persons, jalouse de ma réputation; and it was difficult to suffer with patience the banishment which was invoked by you, because chiefly for your good, and for an indiscretion to which I was excited by motives the most pure and laudable.”
“From him I learnt that dear H. has been engaged on Military Business of Importance by no less a Personage than HM The Queen of Madagaskar - and I jalouse that my darling very cleverly offered them his Services in exchange for our reception here.”
“There's plenty of time for that, I jalouse," said Doom, smiling somewhat guiltily, and he showed his guest to a room in the turret.”
“I jalouse ye came roond in a wherry frae the toon, and it's droll I never saw ye land.”
“_Petite jalouse! rassure-toi_," he replied, with a look and manner into which, with that mobile force which was peculiar to him, he threw the most tender and passionate devotion.”
“Quant à la société en elle-même, on peut prévoir que ce soin qu'elle met à éprouver de l'émoi par l'art, devenant cause à son tour, y rendra la soif de ce plaisir de plus en plus intense, l'application à la satisfaire de plus en plus jalouse et plus perfectionnée.”
“` ` Nearer than ye thought, '' was MacGregor's reply; ` ` but he seemed rather in some shape to jalouse your speaking to the young leddy; and so you see '' ------”
“You have, I see, plenty of men-folk to escort you, and, as I jalouse, more to follow -- but what you need is a well-born gentlewoman of comfortable means for a duenna!”
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