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envy (s) (noun), envys (pl)
1. The resentful or unhappy feeling of wanting another person's success, good fortune, qualities, or possessions.
2. Spite and resentment at seeing the success of someone else (personified as one of the deadly sins).
3. A resentful desire of something possessed by another person or what other people have, but not necessarily limited to material possessions: The envies of other students were obvious because Bert always knew the answers to the questions that the teacher presented to the class.

Sarina's beautiful hair was an object of envy by anyone who saw her.

4. Etymology: from Old French envie, from Latin invidia, "envy, jealousy"; from invidus, "envious"; from invidere, "envy"; earlier, "look at (with malice), cast an evil eye upon"; from in-, "upon" + videre, "to see".
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