These are continent, to be sure: but doggish lust looketh enviously
out of all that they do.
He must have been a good tailor," said the Scarecrow, somewhat enviously
His yellow-green eyes were fastened upon Tarzan as he halted just within the clearing and glared enviously
at the successful hunter, for Numa had had no luck this night.
They knew his open-handedness; and half an hour later the invalid doctor from Hamburg, who lived on the top floor, looked enviously
out of the window at the merry party of healthy Russians assembled under the chestnut tree.
Their coarse, dark, heavy features; their great eyes, rolling enviously
on each other; their barbarous, guttural, half-brute intonation; their dilapidated garments fluttering in the wind,--were all in admirable keeping with the vile and unwholesome character of everything about the place.
He glanced enviously
at one or two sketches of men who sat near him, and wondered whether he would ever be able to use the charcoal with that mastery.
He looked enviously
at the Grange, whose windows poured light and laughter.
But Fate intervened enviously
and prevented her from receiving the reward due to such immaculate love and virtue.
Then she hung about his neck and called him every name of blessing she could think of, but her husband looked enviously
across his fields, and said: "IF we reach Khanhiwara, and I get the ear of the English, I will bring such a lawsuit against the Brahmin and old Buldeo and the others as shall eat the village to the bone.
What could be the cause of her cheerfulness, he wondered, half ironically, and half enviously
, as the pony-cart started briskly away, and the dusk swam between their eyes and the tall form of Edward, standing up to drive, with the reins in one hand and the whip in the other.
The one joy after which his soul thirsted was to have a money-changer's shop on a much-frequented quay, to have locks all round him of which he held the keys, and to look sublimely cool as he handled the breeding coins of all nations, while helpless Cupidity looked at him enviously
from the other side of an iron lattice.
At the sight of all this, the commandant could not help looking enviously
at the little house and the green sward about it, and watched the peasant girl with an air that expressed both his doubts and his hopes.