jealous

[ jel-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF jealous

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Not that in his presence she became vain or petty or jealous; that would have been impossible.

To his jealous eyes came a vision of that excursion to the hospital.

No one ever felt this intensity of jealous rage about a mother or a sister.

Even the most jealous of that most jealous of professions, surgery, had to admit that he got results.

In reality they were jealous of each other with an inconceivable intensity.

This fiasco, due, I am told, to the jealous interference of the P.-L.

Still you were jealous of me, for I was a gentleman; you were a skin-pedler.

She is jealous, she is angry—or was until I told her the truth.

Betty, I will be frank, there is a great lady who is jealous, and watches you very closely.

It is your love for him that makes you fear that he will be jealous.

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