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jealously, more jealously, most jealously (adverb forms)
1. In an envious manner or feeling resentful of someone who apparently has advantages, materials, etc. that are not available to the person: "He jealously resents all of the traveling that his neighbor can do because she obviously has more money."
2. A reference to guarding something very carefully because a person doesn't want anyone else to have it: "She jealously guards her financial gains."
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