Simple past tense and past participle of envy.(verb)
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Use "envied" in a sentence
"To be envied, is the grand and sole aim of vulgar vanity; to be filled with good things is that of sensuality; for Johnson perhaps no man living _envied_ poor Bozzy; and of good things (except himself paid for them) there was no vestige in that acquaintanceship."
"Almost every man who heard his name envied him -- some doubtless hated him -- because of his wealth and rank."
"This one was a paper bonnet made in the latest mode – of green tissue paper; and Miss Letitia stuck it on the top of her chignon with an air that the widow envied from the bottom of her heart."