Definitions

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  • adv. Without envy.

Etymologies

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unenvious +β€Ž -ly

Examples

  • One after another they got up and did the same twisting and posturing, without dancing, and while one posed and contorted the rest unenviously joined the spectators in their clapping and their hoarse cries of β€œOle!”

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • Anyone judging her impartially and unenviously felt obliged to acknowledge her extraordinary beauty; and where is the human being completely insensible to the charm of beauty?

    Memoirs of an Arabian Princess

  • He had observed in college that the sons of the rich had a pretty good time of it; but he had gone his own way unenviously.

    A Hoosier Chronicle

  • St. George was silent, ecstatically reviewing the events of the last six hours and thinking unenviously of Amory, rocking somewhere with

    Romance Island

  • One after another they got up and did the same twisting and posturing, without dancing, and while one posed and contorted the rest unenviously joined the spectators in their clapping and their hoarse cries of "Ole!"

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • When he came home at last to the woods, some hundreds of miles north of Equity, he found that some one had realized his early dream of a summer hotel on the shore of the beautiful lake there; and he unenviously settled down to admire the landlord's thrift, and to act as guide and cook for parties of young ladies and gentlemen who started from the hotel to camp in the woods.

    A Modern Instance

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