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Envy

See also Jealousy.
Amneris
envious of Aida. [Ital. Opera: Verdi, Aida, Westerman, 325]
Cinderella’s sisters
envious of their sister’s beauty. [Folklore: Barnhart, 246]
green
symbol of envy; “the green-eyed monster.” [Color Symbolism: Jobes, 357; Br. Lit.: Othello]
Iago
Othello’s ensign who, from malevolence and envy, persuades Othello that Desdemona has been unfaithful. [Br. Lit.: Othello]
Joseph’s brothers
resented him for Jacob’s love and gift. [O.T.: Genesis 37:4]
Lensky
envy of Onegin leads to his death in a duel. [Russ. Opera: Tchaikovsky, Eugene Onegin, Westerman, 395–397]
Lisa
envious of Amina; tries unsuccessful stratagems. [Ital. Opera: Bellini, The Sleepwalker, Westerman, 128–130]
Snow White’s stepmother
envious of her beauty, queen orders Snow White’s death. [Ger. Fairy Tale: Grimm, 184]
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In the second phase, second-order coding revealed the post-emotional behaviors of the enviers (i.
The author emphasizes that for the envier, envy is destructive until it is sublimated, and causes the envied to feel fearful and threatened.
La ferveur avec laquelle il etait ecoute n'a rien a envier a l'actuel engouement de la population citadine vis-a-vis des telenovas bresiliennes.
Injustement oublie, le debat physique sur les tremblements de terre doit etre considere comme une des premiers debats populaires sur la science au siecle des Lumieres, d'une intensite qui n'a rien a envier a la passion des montgolfiers des annees 1780.
1) He began to depict the tortures of an envier, simply a man who envied another: "I envy [him] deeply, torturously," Salieri says.
they weened That selfsame day by fight, or by surprise To win the mount of God, and on his throne To set the envier of his state, the proud Aspirer, but their thoughts proved fond and vain In the mid way .
Bedeian (1995) argues that while envy is primarily dyadic (restricted to the envier and a target person, who possesses something the envier covets), jealousy stems from the fear of losing, to a rival, a valued relationship with another person or thing.
1991) (stating that "[a]n effective envier wants to maximize his envy income and takes all actions that raise the difference between his own income and the incomes of [his] victims" and asserting that such an envier "would be willing to lower his income if [the victims'] incomes were lowered more"); Elster, supra note 23, at 252 (stating that "[t]he basic source of envy is that when we attempt to take stock of ourselves, the first impulse is to look at others"); Frank, supra note 39, at 15 (noting that "people who feel envious will accept different jobs, earn different salaries .
In contrast, envy involves only an envier and a target (i.
Instagram n'a desormais plus rien a envier aux autres reseaux sociaux et remonte meme dans la course aux followers
La candidature commune des Etats-Unis (hote en 1994), qui accueilleraient 60 des 80 matchs du mondial 2026, du Mexique (1970 et 1986) et du Canada, donnera du fil a retordre au dossier marocain, qui semble n'avoir rien a envier a la candidature nord-americaine.
Et quand bien meme il n'a jamais fait d'etudes scientifiques sur le sujet, ses connaissances en ornithologie n'ont rien a envier a celles des specialistes les plus confirmes.