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- adv. In an enviable manner or to an enviable degree
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an enviable manner.
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- adv. in an enviable manner
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But initially, the "boys from Liverpool" did indeed seem enviably like boys rather than men with their English schoolboy haircuts.
The comedy is currently averaging a steady 8 million viewers a week, and the people watching are enviably young: Five million of its viewers are in the desirable 18 – 49 demo.
The film functions as an extended episode with enviably deft exposition in the first few minutes that makes the characters 'relationships clear, warts and all.
From vertiginous footwear wunderkinds Nicholas Kirkwood and Charlotte Dellal to prints master Ederm Moralioglu and knitwear star Mark Fast -- all the designers in attendance had something enviably unique to show off and something heartwarmingly kind to share about one another.
Equally, working with a former international star possessing Gullit's prodigious gifts could only encourage him to raise further an already enviably elevated personal bar.
That means utilities look enviably stable in a world where government debt and bank bonds—traditionally safer investments—have lost their allure.
Certainly not the Norwegians, whose enviably high living standards derive from their small numbers and their offshore gas supplies, not from their trade with China.
She had a flair for fashion and an enviably taut figure; she had met Ed when he begged her and her identical twin, Xenobia, to model bikinis for the centerfold of Jet magazine.
Growth in emerging markets like China and India, while enviably strong compared with Western countries, is cooling.
This one strikes me as emblematic of what I love about her writing: a great hook in service of some wonderful comics with her enviably flawless prose throughout.