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adjective as in desired, blessed

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Ben Smith has an enviable view of the current media landscape.

From Digiday

So regardless of the health of Newsom’s own political career, he has the enviable — and extremely rare — opportunity to shape California politics for years to come.

Moreover, by showcasing that skill while under lockdown, Swift was only further emphasizing her enviable work ethic.

From Vox

For any company that finds itself in the enviable position of being ahead of the curve at the moment, it’s critical to capitalize on the opportunity and plan for long-term success, especially during this unprecedented and volatile period.

From Digiday

In general, there has been a backlash against the perceived elites, those in power, who have had enviable quarantines — and lives.

From Digiday

Which makes her all that much more enviable—we were already jonesing after her killer career.

Whole Foods has an enviable stomach- and wallet-share among consumers of high-end grocers.

A god is an enviable creature who is more than you could ever be.

The quartet seems to be dealing with their respective emotional turmoil with enviable zippy wit.

A political novice—this is her first elective office—she brings an enviable track record of succeeding against great odds.

Are they not an indication of happiness, and is not that an enviable possession?

Bear in mind that the reputation of being the "late Mr. Smith" is not enviable.

Why then, my friend, should you not possess this enviable blessing?

Well, I am not going to deny that it is a privilege—a most enviable one.

Nor was the finishing of their testimony, in the eyes of the world, enviable.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to enviable, such as: advantageous, desirable, excellent, privileged, covetable, and favored.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.