enviable[ en-vee-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF enviable
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What enviable privileges are annexed to the birth of an Englishman!
Certainly, Arthur Beaufort is the most enviable fellow in Europe.
The fishermen who slept in the shelter of the Saint's Pool were enviable.
The post of baggage master on a railroad train is not an enviable one.
But the Allies themselves were in no enviable position to relieve others.
More than any of his books it is destined to an enviable popularity.
I seem likely to perish in the estate that he accounts so enviable.
The position of a Governor in the Colonies is not altogether an enviable one.
It was another of Nostromo's triumphs, the greatest, the most enviable, the most sinister of all.
My frame of mind as Power left me was by no means an enviable one.