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- adv. In an envying manner
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Archie looked envyingly at Fred's excited, triumphant face.
Bob followed the Captain, while the other fellows looked envyingly towards him.
Had ordinary mortals, like you or myself, for instance, peered through the leaves of the thorn-trees, we should have sighed or frowned, according to our several temperaments; but we should all have said, whether spitefully or envyingly, "Happy young lovers!" and should all have blundered lamentably in so saying.