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  • adj. Obsolete spelling of envious.


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  • For thei ben not proude ne coveytous ne envyous ne wrathefulle ne glotouns ne leccherous; ne thei don to no man other wise than thei wolde that other men diden to hem: and in this poynt, thei fullefillen the 10 commandementes of God: and thei zive no charge of aveer ne of ricchesse: and thei lye not, ne thei swere not, for non occasioun; but thei seyn symply, ze and nay.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Greatly esteemed of her betters; misliked of none unless of the envyous.

    The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon

  • looking at your pictures, you seem to live in a bot of a showhouse - very envyous... you've seen baby max and probably can imagine that our place is a complete mess at any time of day! i am just wondering now: why on earth have you got the firplace going at the height of summer? it must be pretty warm in melbourne already, isn't it?

    Espresso chocolate cupcakes

  • Doesn’t that just make us old iPod Owners so envyous of getting one back then.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - I am officially in love.

  • (and yes, Im envyous of Summer and her soundtrack).

    The Babylon Podcast » Shows


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