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  • adv. In an envying manner


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  • Archie looked envyingly at Fred's excited, triumphant face.

    The song of the lark

  • Bob followed the Captain, while the other fellows looked envyingly towards him.

    All for a Scrap of Paper A Romance of the Present War

  • 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.

    Kenelm Chillingly — Volume 02


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